Did you catch the whimsical and romantic tale "La Belle Époque" directed by Nicolas Bedos at this year's Alliance Française French Film Festival? In this exciting online event organised in partnership with What the France and the Festival, hear from the film's score composer, as she discusses her life and unique line of work, including how she approaches composing a film score.
When you RSVP you will automatically be able to follow the session however in addition, 10 lucky winners will be selected to chat and ask some questions directly to Anne-Sophie.
To enter, head to the bottom of the page here.
Anne-Sophie Versnaeyen started her career by orchestrating film scores for different composers: Alexandre Desplat (Marius, Tales of Tales, De Rouille et d’Os), Jerôme Rebotier (Un illustre Inconnu, Sahara), Philippe Rombi (La nouvelle guerre des boutons) and since 2009 she regularly collaborates with Armand Amar for additional music compositions, arrangements and orchestrations.
She signed her first feature film Requiem pour une tueuse in 2011, by Jerôme Le gris with Mélanie Laurent and Clovis Cornillac. The composer also writes the music for several documentaries Devil’s Dog, Terres Extrêmes and co-writes the music for TV movies, Une mère en trop by Thierry Petit and Tu vivras ma fille by Gabriel Aghion.