2019 Film Music & Sound Design Lab FAQ

FAQ

Do you accept international applicants?

Yes. However if selected, international applicants may be asked to cover a portion of their airfare to the program.


I work with another composer - can we apply as a team?

Unfortunately, we do not accept applicants who are a part of a team. We have resources and a program structure built around supporting individual composers only at this time.


When will I know if I have been selected or not?

Participants will be notified if selected or not, in early June 2019.


If accepted into the program what do I have to pay?

You do not have to pay to attend this program. If accepted as a Sundance Fellow, your costs associated with getting to and attending the lab are covered. This includes travel, lodging and meals onsite.


How many people apply to the Lab and how many then are accepted?

We expect over 800 applicants this year for 8 Fellowships. 


If I am not accepted into the program can I receive feedback on my application?

Unfortunately, due to the high volume of submissions we receive we are unable to offer individual feedback to applicants.


Who are the Advisors at the Lab?

Advisors to the Lab are different year to year but have included composers such as: John Adams, Jeff Beal, Terence Blanchard, Martin Bresnick, Carter Burwell, George S. Clinton, Stewart Copeland, Miriam Cutler, Danny Elfman, John Frisell, Osvaldo Golijov, Camara Kambon, James Newton Howard, Mark Isham, Michael Kamen, Laura Karpman, Rolfe Kent, Blake Neely, Thomas Newman, Heitor Pereira, Basil Poledouris, Graeme Revell, Edward Shearmur, Shirley Walker, Harry Gregson-Williams, Alex Wurman, and Christopher Young.