Kontatutako zinea : Maite Arroitajauregi eta Aranzazu Calleja = Cine hablado : Maite Arroitajauregi y Aranzazu Calleja = Maite Arroitajauregi and Aranzazu Calleja
The winners of the Goya for Best Original Score for the film Akelarre (Pablo Agüero, 2020) will share this recent awarded-winning score’s creation process, as well as other important film work from their career as musicians and composers.
Up till now, all of the talking film sessions have been with directors discussing their creation processes: scripts, casting screen tests, locations, filming decisions, etc.
But what about the creation process for a film’s score? How is music design created? At what moment do scripts and musical performances begin to coexist? How are instruments selected and recorded? How does one move towards orchestration? How are contemporary and classic influences combined? At what point do process models become themes? To what degree are editing and mixing also components of a film’s music?
Aranzazu Calleja (Bilbao, 1977) holds a degree in Fine Arts from the University of the Basque Country, and is a violin professor at Bilbao’s Conservatorio J.C. Arriaga. Scholarship from the Berklee College of Music, Boston, USA.
Akelarre (Coven), Pablo Agüero, 2020, Goya for Best Original Music ⁄ El hoyo, Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia, 2019 ⁄ Taxi a Gibraltar (Taxi to treasure rock), Alejo Flah, 2019 ⁄ Fe de etarras, Borja Cobeaga, 2017 ⁄ El ataúd de cristal (The Glass Coffin), Haritz Zubillaga, 2017 ⁄ Psiconautas, los niños olvidados (Birdboy: The Forgotten Children), Alberto Vázquez and Pedro Rivero, 2015 ⁄ Negociador, Borja Cobeaga, 2014 ⁄ No controles , Borja Cobeaga, 2010 ⁄ Pagafantas (Friend Zone), Borja Cobeaga, 2009.
Maite Arroitajauregi (Eibar, 1977) holds a degree in cello, and was part of the mythical Basque rock bands Anari, Lisabö, and Xabier Montoia, in addition to other collaborations with Nacho Vegas, Lorena Álvarez, Rafael Berrio, etc. In 2009, she created her solo project, Mursego, through which she has published 3 albums and toured on local and international music festival circuits.
Akelarre (Coven), Pablo Agüero, 2020, Goya for Best Original Music ⁄ La estafa del amor, Virginia García del Pino, 2020 ⁄ Morir, Fernando Franco, 2017 ⁄ Amama, Asier Altuna, 2015 ⁄ Cólera, Haritz Moreno, 2013 ⁄ Invisible, Víctor Iriarte, 2012 ⁄ La casa Emak Bakia, Oskar Alegría, 2012 ⁄ Herencia, Isaki Lacuesta, 2011 / El rito, Isaki Lacuesta, 2010.
Organizer : Tabakalera - Proyectos audiovisuales