Film Music Magazine Presents Film & TV Music Supervisor Industry Focus Event Sep 19

By • September 8, 2006

Film Music Magazine Presents:

SEPTEMBER INDUSTRY FOCUS EVENT
AN EVENING WITH FILM & TV MUSIC SUPERVISORS

Tuesday, September 19, 2006 – 7:30pm
The Sportsmen’s Lodge, Studio City, CA – Regency Room

How to Register for This Event::
Register Online by September 18 – $20.00
Register online today at: http://tinyurl.com/z7ayn
Pay at the door (space permitting) – $25.00
Film Music Network Premium Members – No Cost

Film Music Magazine presents a new monthly event series featuring presentations and opportunities to network with top professionals from the film, television and video game music industry.

Music Supervisors have become the focal point in terms of fulfilling the musical artistic vision of filmmakers and television producers. Whether it’s locating music, licensing music, locating and hiring a composer, or dealing with music publishers and record labels, today’s Music Supervisor is often the center of a film’s musical universe.

Whether you’re a composer, songwriter, band, recording artist, filmmaker, producer, agent, or work with music for film, you will directly benefit from the knowledge and experience discussed at this special event.

Our VIP panel of top film and television Music Supervisors will discuss topics critical to the success of those who write, create, or perform music for film and television including:

* How to build relationships with Music Supervisors
* How Music Supervisors locate music today
* How to submit your music to Music Supervisors
* How licensing deals typically work for films and television projects
* The negotiating process and information about licensing fees and terms
* Publishing and Copyright issues in Film & TV licensing

Our VIP Panel Will Feature Top Music Supervisors for Film & TV Including:

PJ BLOOM
Music Supervisor for film and television productions including “Nip/Tuck,” “CSI: Miami,” “The Shield,” “Over There,” “Running With Scissors,” and “Sometimes in April”

MADONNA WADE-REED
Music Supervisor for “One Tree Hill,” “The Perfect Score,” “Repli-Kate,” “Tarzan,” “Beyond the City Limits,” and “Soul Survivors”

LINDSAY WOLFINGTON
Music Supervisor for “What Goes On,” “Crumbs,” Music Coordination for “Las Vegas,” “Smallville,” and “Alias”

JACK RUDY
Music Supervisor for “Waking Dreams,” “Flirt” and “Good Girls Don’t”

The Panel will be moderated by SESAC Senior Vice President PAT ROGERS

After the presentation there will be a networking session to allow you to meet and network with the panelists and other attendees.

TO REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT:

** Pre-register today and save 20% ($5.00) off the onsite registration **
REGISTER ONLINE – $20.00
Register online today at http://tinyurl.com/z7ayn

REGISTER AT THE DOOR (Space Permitting) – $25.00

FILM MUSIC NETWORK PREMIUM MEMBERS – No Charge for Admittance, Please RSVP to larsvp@filmmusic.net

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