Streaming service Zvuk and Studio app for artists will partner with four new music films as part of the 14th Beat Film Festival, a new culture documentary film festival. Before the screening, viewers will preview a documentary about three rising stars.
The two-minute video will feature the stories of three artists: Settlers, Erika Lundmoen, and Margosha. Each of the heroes shared a personal story about music and its formation. The video served as a preview for a short documentary that Sound will release later. Supporting newcomers to the local scene and artists who are gaining popularity allows you to discover new names and draw the audience’s attention to talented artists.
“We wanted to do more than show new artists, advertise and leave people with nothing. We wanted to show the artist’s personality, reveal his sound and understand how creativity is formed, how music begins. In the life of every person there is that very sound that was especially remembered. Whether it’s the sound of train wheels on the way to Grandma’s house or a dripping faucet in the bathroom. Everything has rhythm and feeling. And there is a moment that opens an artist in an artist, ”said Sasha Mikheeva, head of creative projects at HiFi streaming Sound.
It was previously reported that the Studio is launching a series of networking events for musicians. On May 30, an educational program was launched in our own creative space. We talk about it in more detail here.