Breaking and Entering - A Film Scoring Symposium

Iceland Music, in coordination with STEF, the Icelandic Music Information Center and Reykjavik International Film Festival, will be organising a series of discussions about film scoring at the Nordic House on October 3rd, 2019. Established composers as well as agents in the business will share their advice and chat with guests during the event - a fantastic opportunity for anyone interested in expanding into the field of film scoring.

Keynote speaker: Annette Gentz, agent, Annette Gentz Music and Film Arts, Germany

Annette Gentz is one of Germany’s premiere agents for film music. Her company Annette Gentz Music & Film Arts has been initiating and supervising original score productions for over 9 years, collaborating with film producers and directors, music supervisors, publishers and record labels worldwide.


Previous film projects she has been involved in include soundtracks by Volker Bertelmann/ Hauschka, PC Nackt, Karsten Fundal, Michael Nyman, Selma Mutal and Boris Bojadzhiev among others. One of her previous projects is Karsten Fundal's score for the award winning Danish-Syrian feature documentary “Last Men in Aleppo”, as well as the soundtrack for Chinese artist Ai Weiwei's film "Human Flow". She currently collaborates with Sommerhaus Film on the music for Caroline Link's feature film "When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit", composed and produced by Oscar-nominee Volker Bertelmann. As a music supervisor Annette Gentz focusses on the creation of original score music, finding the right composer for the right project.


The Symposium will be held at the Nordic House in Reykjavík from 13:00 -16:00, the 3rd of October.

Further schedule announced soon