Calling all composers for documentaries and films - apply now for discounted passes to this year’s Sheffield Doc/Fest 2013.
Composer of BBC's Africa series talks about turtles, baby elephants and writing diverse soundtracks for natural history programmes.
An essential guide to getting your music onto TV and radio, and earning money from it.
BAFTA is urging composers to nominate their soundtrack for inclusion in the upcoming Orange British Academy Film Awards shortlist.
Neil Davidge's Halo 4 soundtrack has earned a record for the highest charting game soundtrack ever, days ahead of it's release on 6 November.
John Williams, the composer behind scores for classic films such as Star Wars and ET, was among the winners at the 2012 year’s Classical Brit awards.
Making sense of the genre-hopping world of contemporary classical music.
Maggie Rodford, BAFTA committee member and Managing Director of Air-Edel, comments on the strong relationship between the British music, film and TV industries
Gareth Griffiths, a student at the Edinburgh College of Art has won the PRS for Music-sponsored Best Original Music at this year's BAFTA in Scotland New Talent Awards.
PRS for Music are proud to support Conversations with Screen Composers, a series of three events with major composers for film, television and video games. Once a month from May-June, the composers will take the stage in Royal Albert Hall’s Elgar Room to discuss their work, illustrated with clips and including some light elements of performance.