• Internationaler Filmmusikwettbewerb

Internationaler Filmmusikwettbewerb

Film Music Competition

Experience an unforgettable musical evening with the Hollywood composer Mychael Danna. The Oscar-winner presides over the jury of the 9th International Film Music Competition (IFMC), which honors one of three emerging composers win the Golden Eye for “Best International Film Music 2021”. The finalists have each created an original score for David Vergés’ award-winning short film ETIQUETA NEGRA. These will celebrate their world premiere with the Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich under the baton of Frank Strobel at the new Tonhalle Zurich.

Finalists: Julien Bellanger (France) / John Heins (USA) / Andrey Mordovsky (Russia)

Mychael Danna himself will receive the ZFF’s Career Achievement Award at the Tonhalle Zurich. The ceremony will be followed by the Film Music Concert, which promises to be an emotional experience, and the world premiere of the ZFF’s new jingle by the internationally award-winning trio Diego Baldenweg with Nora Baldenweg & Lionel Baldenweg, who will make a guest appearance during the evening.

– World premiere of the three finalists’ compositions by the Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich
– Guest appearance and medley by the composers Diego Baldenweg with Nora Baldenweg & Lionel Baldenweg
– Award ceremony: Golden Eye for „Best International Film Music 2021“
– Presentation of the Career Achievement Award to Mychael Danna
– Film Music Concert with various works, incl. from HENRI V, LORD OF THE RINGS, LIFE OF PI
– New ZFF audio branding „Eye to the World“, composed by Trio Baldenweg – „Great Garbo“ will be performed live for the first time

Co-Organiser: Zurich Film Festival | Tonhalle-Orchester Zurich
Main Partner: Credit Suisse | Mercedes-Benz | Generali Schweiz
In cooperation with: Forum Filmmusik
Supported by: Stadt Zürich | Kanton Zürich | Fondation Suisa | Swiss Perform | Freundeskreis Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich | Else v. Sick Stiftung | Isaac Dreyfuss-Bernheim Stiftung | Stiftung Phonoproduzierende

  • Runtime: 120 Min