Film was born accompanied by music. And music’s apparent abstraction and imprecision turned into a powerful generator of meaning. Since then, film composers have created certain codes associated with soundtracks, which endow them with feelings and emotions in a manner that cannot be attained by images alone. This series proposes different approaches to the complex relationship between film, music and its composers. The use of improvisation for silent films, the transformation of classical works in our imagination after their use in film and film composers’ activity in the concert hall are some of the perspectives explored.