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I Was Thinking Beyoncé: Choosing Film Music, and Understanding the Costs

Title: I Was Thinking Beyoncé: Choosing Film Music, and Understanding the Costs

Unless you idolize the austerity of certain European auteurs—the Dardenne brothers, Michael Haneke, or Cristian Mungiu, to name three diegetic, music-averse directors—you’re probably going to want some kind of score for your movie. And no matter how you plan to enhance your film with music (by employing a completely original score, licensing music and/or songs, sound design, or some combination of the three), your decisions should be founded in a thorough exploration of your aesthetic options, as well as an understanding of actualized costs, rights procurement, and other copyright headaches. Listening to Music During Development Exploring musical possibilities can begin…

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