Workshop 2019

As part of the 20th Festival International du Film d'Aubagne from march 13th to 23rd 2019

The Festival International du Film d’Aubagne organizes with the support of the SACEM a masterclass of musical composition for picture.
This workshop takes place March 13rd to the 23rd and intended 8/10 young composers/musicians.
Like every year this Master Class is led by a famous composer (Stephen Warbeck, Jérôme Lemonnier, Bruno Coulais, Gilles Alonzo, Marc Marder, Jean-Michel Bernard, Selma Mutal, Charles Papasoff, Pierre Adenot, Cyrille Aufort...).

In 2019, Christophe Héral led the Master Class of the 20th Festival International du Film d'Aubagne.

THE MASTER CLASS ACCORDING TO JEROME LEMONNIER

"For the 20th anniversary of a festival that brings together so well music and cinema, I will have the laborious and exhilarating task of combining eight different musical journeys and make them sound as one.
If a single musical score can allow the creation of multiple films, all different, but just as great, what about the opposite? And what if we mixed proposals? Another huge novelty in Aubagne: the creation of an interactive musical score performed live while a player faces Canadian zombies; pretence of the apprehension that comes with the constraints of video game musical composition."

Christophe Héral

© Maud Saintin

Christophe Héral is a French composer and sound designer for cinema, television and video games. Renowned for his numerous compositions, he has, among others, received the Best original music award at the Festival du cinéma d’animation français de Bruz in 2011 for La douce. The short film La queue de la souris, for which he composed the music, is nominated for a César in 2012 and after working on Jean François Laguionie’s feature film L'Île de Black Mór, he receives the Jury’s special mention at the Festival d’Annecy (2010) for Kérity, la maison des contes. In parallel, he collaborates with Michel Ancel on the music of video games including Beyond Good and Evil, which won many prizes; Rayman Origins; Tintin et le secret de la Licorne; and Rayman Legends (Ubisoft) for which he won the Best original music for a video game award at the Game Paris Awards (2013). He is currently working on two AAA games Beyond Good and Evil 2 (Ubisoft) and Wild (Sony), Laguionie’s next feature le voyage du prince and four short films. Apart from all these awards, Christophe Héral is curious and passioned by all cultures and types of music, and he enjoys collecting musical instruments.

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