In addition to writing Film Scores, we really want to contribute to every aspect of your success. That's why this page features content written by our team, trusted friends, and collaborators who want to share their knowledge with the community. The goal being resources that can help as you work towards your creative goals.
Your film didn't go the way you thought it would - maybe it outright failed. There are things you can do to get back on track.
Give your audience a reason to connect with your film's characters. Knowing what makes people tick will make your stories click.
Pixar masterfully crafts stories that make us laugh, cry, and cheer - they make us care. Here's how your films can too.
Giving your time and ideas away can significantly boost your success. So why don't we do it more often?
Wanna know what movies inspired your filmmaking heroes? Start with these 5 and you’ll learn what influenced the creators of Logan, Moonlight, Pulp Fiction, and more.
A filmmaker-friendly look into what makes George Lucas a genius, and Star Wars an everlasting masterpiece.
Here’s 35 years of a life in filmmaking condensed to 9 takeaways.
These books are a masterclass on making more money and improving as an artist.
Interesting work doesn’t come from playing it safe, but from making bold decisions and taking chances. Here are 7 core rules to help you do just that.
It got loud in the studio for Corridor Digital's latest video. Composer Daniel Ciurlizza writes about pushing sounds beyond their limit, steps for breaking down a story, and writing ridiculously loud music for Minecraft John Cena.
A great script can be the difference between efficient execution or an uninspired production. This is what the script for Athena inspired in the music team.
Daniel Ciurlizza, composer for Norman, explains developing character themes, being creative on a tight feature film budget, and working with an old friend 500 miles away.
Corridor Digital, a YouTube channel producing films that focus on impressively crazy action shots and VFX, contacted us about scoring their newest video based on the wacky game, Team Fortress 2. Here's how it all went down.
Founder, Daniel Ciurlizza, explains why we're passionate about contributing massive value to the people we work with.
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