Composer: Ronit Kirchman
Ronit Kirchman is a composer, music producer, songwriter, multi-instrumental performer and visual artist in the Los Angeles area. Films scored by Ronit have been award-winners and favorites at festivals such as IFP, Sundance and Tribeca, and span a wide range of genres – from comedy to drama, psychological suspense to documentary. Her scores include The Golden Age of Fish, Pants on Fire, Say you Love Me, Gowanus, Brooklyn, and Fox’s The Skin I’m In. Ronit is the recipient of many awards, among them the Sundance Composers Lab and Documentary Composers Lab Fellowships, BMI Conductors Fellowship and a Subito grant from the American Composers Forum. Ronit was also named the Sundance/ Time Warner Fellow in film composition for 2011-2012 and performed a live remix set of the score from The Skin I’m In at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. Recording the film’s score with live musicians was supported by the Center for Cultural Innovation, with additional support from the Sundance Institute/Time Warner Foundation, Inc. Fellowship Program. More information at: http://ronitkirchman.com
Sound Designer: Scott Johnson
Johnson is a music editor and sound designer for a wide array of major fictional and independent documentary projects. In addition to major Hollywood titles such as Twilight and The Town, Scott’s recent documentary credits include Lucy Walker’s Countdown to Zero, Ondi Timoner’s We Live In Public, and Patrick Creadon’s I.O.U.S.A.. Most recently, Scott served as the sound designer and music editor on Fox’s The Skin I’m In. Scott is a longstanding collaborator at the Sundance Institute, working as the technical advisor for the Sundance Film Composer’s Lab.