Lauren Tiffany crowned the winner of our Film Scoring Competition!
For the past two weeks, we've been inviting composers across all levels to score a scene from Saint Maud for the opportunity of winning £500 worth of Spitfire Audio vouchers and a personal feedback session with the film’s composer, Adam Janota Bzowski!After more than 250 entries, Adam has since gone through the final 15 entries and selected his winner. We’re thrilled to announce that the winner of our film scoring competition, in collaboration with StudioCanal and composer Adam Janota Bzowski, is composer Lauren Tiffany.
Lauren Tiffany's Winning Entry
Adam explained, “Lauren’s cue takes a minimalist approach that achieves maximum impact, creating a tense atmosphere that supports the scene while still leaving space for it to breathe. I look forward to hearing what she does next.”
Lauren will now receive £500 worth of Spitfire Audio vouchers, and work with Adam during a 30-minute online feedback session. Congratulations, Lauren, and thanks to all who participated.
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