The Hollywood Reporter and Billboard join forces for a 2-day event examining the role of music in film and television. This business-to-business conference provides a dynamic networking opportunity for executives who create film and television content to meet and exchange ideas with the suppliers of music for their future projects.
WHAT: The Hollywood Reporter/Billboard Film & TV Music Conference, an important networking event exploring business opportunities among the film, television and music industries. Sponsored by performing rights organizations ASCAP, BMI and SESAC.
WHO: Top-notch music professionals including: T-Bone Burnett, Grammy-winning soundtrack producer; Thomas Newman, Grammy-winning composer; Julie Taymor, director and screenwriter; Elliot Goldenthal, Oscar-nominated composer; Robert Kraft, president of Fox Music; Todd Field, actor, director and composer; Dallas Austin, music producer; John Powell, composer; Glen Brunman, president of Sony Music Soundtrax; Thomas Golubic, music supervisor for HBO's "Six Feet Under;" and many more.
WHEN & WHERE: Thurs., Oct. 10 and Fri., Oct. 11 The Renaissance Hollywood Hotel at Hollywood & Highland
Both days: Press Check-in: 10:00 am Conference: 10:00 am 6:00 pm
MORE: The Hollywood Reporter/Billboard Film & TV Music Conference will address creative and business issues affecting the film and television scoring and songwriting process, offering attendees a better understanding of how films and TV shows are made. Event highlights will include: an exclusive Q & A with T-Bone Burnett; behind-the-scenes discussion with the makers of "Frida," "Drumline" and "In the Bedroom;" and panels examining licensing issues, soundtrack budgets and the use of music on primetime TV.
TICKETS: Register online at www.billboardevents.com or call 646-654-4643.
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