Tue, Nov 24 | Online event, limited live seats available

Excellence in Craft: Championing Female Composers - Masterclass with Sneha Khanwalkar

Presented by WIFT Australia (Queensland) in partnership with APSA and Australian Guild of Screen Composers (AGSC). Sneha Khanwalkar is a vibrant and renowned music director and composer who works in Hindi films. This masterclass will be moderated by screen composer Me-Lee Hay from the AGSC.
Registration is Closed

Time & Location

Nov 24, 2020, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM GMT+11
Online event, limited live seats available

About The Event

This Masterclass is part of the Asian Pacific Screen Awards (APSA) Screen Forum, running alongside the Awards. 

It's presented by WIFT Australia (Queensland) in partnership with APSA and Australian Guild of Screen Composers (AGSC).

Indian screen composer Sneha Khanwalkar is a vibrant and renowned music director and  composer who works in Hindi films. She is best known for her score for  the film, Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!, and also for her hit soundtrack for the  smash hit Gangs of Wasseypur Part 1, Part 2. She's delivered TED talks and is a guest of the APSA in 2020. 

A walk inside this musical  mind is not to be missed!  The session will be moderated by Australian screen composer Me-Lee Hay, AGSC member and also the current Vice President.

ONLINE EVENT

Register for this session plus other great ones here:

https://www.asiapacificscreenawards.com/asia-pacific-screen-forum/excellence-in-craft-championing-female-composers

LIVE EVENT

Limited tickets will be available to attend this session in person at the Home of the Arts on the Gold Coast, QLD.

Register your interest to attend here:

https://www.cognitoforms.com/AsiaPacificScreenAcademy1/_2020AsiaPacificScreenForumEOIPhysicalAttendance

Venue: 

HOTA - Home of the Arts 135 Bundall Road

Surfer’s Paradise QLD 4217

Registration is Closed

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