Film Scoring Video

The Film Scoring Department at Berklee College of Music offers the only undergraduate major in film scoring in the world. The department’s preparation of students extends not only to film work but also to television and video game scoring. In this Berklee in the Classroom video series, hear from Film Scoring chair George S. Clinton, assistant chair Alison Plante, professor Sheldon Mirowitz, and several students who came to Berklee from all over the world to forge their scoring careers.

 

Music Credits

The Berklee Film Scoring Department

Music: “Epic Mistake”

Composer: George S. Clinton

Film Scoring Professor Sheldon Mirowitz

Music: “Extraction Point”

Composer: Juan Carlos Enriquez

 

Film Scoring Student Juan Carlos Enriquez

Music: “Conspiracy and Memories”

Composer: Juan Carlos Enriquez

 

Contemporary Techniques in Film Scoring

Music: “The Owlman Cometh” from the film The Morning of Everything

Composer: Alison Plante

Film Scoring Student Jesica Yap

Music: “Insecure (What Is Over There?)”

Composer: Jesica Yap

Film Scoring and Composition Student Ran Gil

Music: “End Titles”

Composer: Ran Gil