Luxury Sounds: Prada Seeks Short Film Scores
Jarrett Martineau | April 21, 2008 at 02:40 pmby
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Take Prada, for example. The luxurious Italian fashion designer has enlisted the talents of James Lima to make a short, animated silent film in need of a good score.
Admittedly, they've already had CocoRosie and Frederic Sanchez compose accompanying music, but you can get in the action too, as long as you're quick about it.
To sing Prada's praises, download the silent film and submit your score by April 25th.
Musicians interested in penning the score for the film, an animated work channeling Hollywood's golden era in the 1930s, can head to prada.com/contest to download a silent version of the film, as well as check out scores from CocoRosie, which performed their piece live in New York City this past winter, as well as Frederic Sanchez's composition, which he debuted in Los Angeles early this spring.
But act fast, aspiring musicians, for the contest ends April 25! And the winner composition, chosen by the Trembled Blossom team, will be displayed on the Prada website, alongside the CocoRosie and Frederic Sanchez works.
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