Stephen Letnes | Indie Film NYC #017
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Indie Film NYC #017

Indie Film NYC #017: Stephen Letnes – Film Composer

On networking,

“The first question that people ask isn’t about your talent; it’s ‘can you be stuck in and editing bay for hours at a time with this person’.”

This method worked especially well for Stephen because he was born legally blind. Throughout his life, alongside the piano, Stephen has always been fascinated with music for media and has over 60 credits for film and television ranging from short films and documentaries, to feature films like “Santa’s Boot Camp” (2015) directed by Ken Feinberg and “Rage In The Cage” (2016), directed by Ray Scanlon. How Important is a Composer?A composer can take a film that is good and make it great, by enhancing the emotions of the character and reflecting the tone of the film….