You can always tell when someone makes something simply for the love of it. It has this quality that can’t be manufactured. That’s been our driving idea since the beginning of Musicbed: Let musicians make music they love, and filmmakers will want to license it. And also since the beginning of Musicbed, we’ve wondered how we could do the same thing for filmmakers.
As we get closer to the end of the first Musicbed Film Fest, we’ve been thinking a lot about the relationship between filmmakers and musicians, and why that relationship matters not just creatively but culturally.
There’s an eagerness to share when creative minds find themselves in the same room. It’s an unspoken thing, something that happens naturally when small connections are made. This is the essence of Musicbed In Studio, our latest step in creative collaboration.