013: The DIRECTOR-COMPOSER Relationship
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Chris Edgar is a songwriter and composer for film, theatre, TV, digital series, commercials, and more.

In this week's episode host Jenn Page and Chris dive into the director-composer relationship and how to speak the language of music even if you are not musically inclined. They also talk about setting boundaries with clients; as well as, finding and following your calling.

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Hosted by: Jenn Page, Filmmaker

More on Chris:
Songwriter and composer Chris Edgar has written music for film, theater, TV, digital series, commercials and more. He has composed music for award-winning films, including “Ghost in the Gun,” for which he won multiple Best Music Score awards, the movie musical “The Breakout: A Rock Opera,” and his animated musical “Steve’s Quest,” which won numerous awards including the International Academy of Web Television’s Best Animated Series Award and the Best Original Score Award at the Hollyweb festival. As a drummer, Edgar has toured with signed recording artists.

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