News: Miriam Cutler

‘RBG’ Sundance Film Festival Review

“The film’s score by Miriam Cutler conveys tension and joy where appropriate, elevating the dialogue on an emotional level without feeling as though it’s pandering to us or too cheesy.” – Film Pulse review of the Sundance Film Festival documentary “RBG”.

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BMI Panel At Sundance

Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI) hosted its annual Sundance Film Festivalcomposer roundtable on Sunday, January 21st. The panel is a cornerstone event at the Sundance Film Festival that explores the role of music in film and featured White Bear PR clients Dustin O’Halloran, Miriam Cutler, Laura Karpman, Heather McIntosh, and Jongnic Bontemps. ParkRecord.com has more on […]

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Miriam Cutler At The ‘RBG’ Premiere At Sundance

Composer Miriam Cutler together with Nadine Natour, Betsy West, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Julie Cohen, and Carla Gutierrez attend the “RBG” Premiere during the 2018 Sundance Film Festival at The Marc Theatre on January 21, 2018 in Park City, Utah.

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Sundance Film Festival 2018: Composer Roster

We are excited to represent a wonderful roster of composers and their great projects at Sundance Film Festival this year: Aska Matsumiya with “Skate Kitchen”, Danny Mulhern with “What They Had”, Dustin O’Halloran with “Puzzle”, Ian Hultquist with “Assassination Nation”, Joseph Stephens with “Arizona”, Laura Karpman with “Inventing Tomorrow” and “Half the Picture” (co-composer), Miriam Cutler with “RBG” and “Dark Money”, Nathan Halpern with “Minding […]

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BMI Annual Roundtable Discussion at Sundance Film Festival

Broadcast Music Incorporated will once again host their annual Roundtable Discussion at the Sundance Film Festival on Sunday, January 21st, 2:00 pm -4:00 pm featuring our clients Laura Karpman, Dustin O’Halloran, Miriam Cutler, Jongnic Bontemps and Heather McIntosh; moderated by BMI’s Doreen Ringer Ross.

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Alliance For Women Film Composers Issues An Important Statement

“We, the community of composers, songwriters, orchestrators, arrangers, music supervisors, music editors, agents and executives, align with a commitment to stand up against sexual harassment and gender discrimination. It is our responsibility to unify on this front. From within our organizations and beyond, we pledge to work together to identify safe avenues for reporting harassment […]

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