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Film music gets its own place at IFFR

On 24, May 2018

For its 48th edition in 2019, International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR) has forged a partnership with Buma Cultuur, a foundation supporting music-related events in the Netherlands. Buma Cultuur will contribute to the festival’s music activities and IFFR PRO Days will feature a special music-themed day bringing together filmmakers and composers. Among the confirmed speakers is composer Cliff Martinez (Drive, Spring Breakers).
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Buma Awards add new categories and join forces with Buma Music in Motion

On 6, April 2018

Call for entries in the following new categories: New Talent | Best Original Composition Documentary, Short Film and Telefilm | Best Sync (in Advertising, Television, Trailers, Film, Online) | Best Original Composition in Trailer (for Film, TV, Gaming)
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ESNS to focus on Czech Republic and Slovakia in 2019

On 5, March 2018

Every year ESNS (Eurosonic Noorderslag) highlights the very best emerging acts from a different country, showcasing the diversity of musical talent across Europe. In close cooperation with Pohoda Festival CEO Michal Kašcák and Márton Náray, Director of Sound Czech / Czech Music Office, ESNS is proud to announce its first ever dual-country focus on the Czech Republic and Slovakia in 2019.
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Buma ROCKS! presents Death Alley and DOOL at FortaRock 2018

On 1, February 2018

After several years it has become tradition for Buma ROCKS!, the international platform for loud music, to announce a number of activities during metal festival FortaRock. On June 1st and 2nd the Goffertpark in the city of Nijmegen will welcome a broad selection of international top acts. On Saturday June 2nd Buma ROCKS! will present a number of Dutch bands, starting with Death Alley and DOOL.
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Eurosonic Noorderslag 2018 successfully breaking borders in European music

On 21, January 2018

Last night ESNS ended in the city of Groningen, The Netherlands. Taking place from January 17-19, 2018 the European Music Platform stayed true to its ethos of stimulating the circulation of European music by showcasing 352 European acts, among which 22 acts from this year’s focus country Denmark.
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