The Sundance Institute has unveiled the six musicians selected for its Composers Lab that runs from July 22-August 7 in Sundance, Utah.

This year's Composers Lab Fellows are Matt Cartsonis, T Griffin, iZLER, JJ Lee, Vivek Maddala and Nicholas Pavkovic.

During the two-week Lab, Fellows take part in workshops and creative exercises under the guidance of advisors. This year's creative advisors include film composers Tyler Bates, Carter Burwell. George S Clinton, Miriam Cutler, Osvaldo Golijov and Ed Shearmur.

Other creative advisors include music supervisor Tracy McKnight, music editor Adam Smalley, film music agent Robert Messinger, music executive Doug Frank of Warner Bros, BMI's vice president of film/TV relations Doreen Ringer Ross, cellist Maya Beiser and percussionist Steven Schick.

'Whether narrative or documentary, innovative storytelling through film involves a keen eye, an editor's touch, the appropriate voice and also the right sound,' Peter Golub, director of Sundance Institute Film Music Program, said.

'The goal of our Composers Lab is to give emerging composers and film-makers a creative environment both to collaborate on and to explore the importance of music in their projects. Many first-time film-makers have never before had the opportunity to work in this medium.'