Daring two-time Ivor Novello winning and Emmy nominated composer delves into his life long devotion to the complex relationship between music and visual narrative, dominating the niche of ‘film-opera’, the profound beauty and sadness he conjured in his Congolese flavored score for The Widow, and how he drew influence from the late 16th-century occult or angelic language, Enochian for his artistic collaboration with Bat for Lashes’ Natasha Khan on Requiem.
Triumphant Emmy nominated composer and relentless social activist discusses her path to making music that serves a higher purpose, crafting an intimate sonic atmosphere for RBG to support the inspirational life story of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, how The Hunting Ground ignited a nation-wide conversation surrounding college campus sexual assault, commemorating the joyful essence of Gilda Radner on Love, Gilda, and her experience as a navigator and tastemaker in the ‘post-truth’ era.
Innovative BMI Award winning composer, multi-instrumentalist, and electronic music experimentalist shares about the evolving psychologically nuanced musical lexicon she defined for the riveting crime anthology series, The Sinner, the connective thread of Detective Harry Ambrose, the benefits of engaging in creative awareness and movement training, and how empowering a culture of inclusivity will result in richer artistic outcomes.
Illuminated composer, producer, and arranger discusses his fateful introduction to the Chamberlin, magnifying the fierce resilience and big hearts of South Side Chicago residents in his soulful score for The Chi, manifesting dread and mystique alongside T Bone Burnett and Keefus Ciancia on True Detective, the distinct honor of working with Tom Waits, and the qualities he seeks in his collaborators to achieve musical alchemy.
Brilliant music supervisor and founder of Deep Cut Music returns to discuss how she accomplished a near-impossible feat in licensing the entire Homecoming soundtrack from classic pre-existing film scores, the disconcerting parallels between contemporary American life and Gilead in The Handmaid’s Tale, propelling creepiness and otherworldliness with country ballads and French singers on The Act, the liberating and tear-inducing Ariana Grande sync during the pool party in Shrill, and a hint of what’s to come in the final season of Legion.
Celebrated music supervisor, Head of Film/TV at Faber Music, and co-team leader for Faber Alt. speaks on the core skills she honed during her time at HotHouse Music under Becky Bentham, the integral role of the enigmatic band, Unloved in the musical tapestry of Killing Eve, highlighting the newfound vulnerability of fierce assassin, Villanelle in season two, and crafting musical juxtapositions within the calamitous world of You Were Never Really Here.
Vivacious award-winning music supervisor and founder of Grand Plan Entertainment speaks on the dramatic storytelling and textured sonic landscape of Power, bringing together an elaborate and eclectic feast of music to support Lee Daniels’ vision for Empire, the obstacles in executing seamless onscreen performances, and her impression of Josh Safran’s upcoming musical drama show, Mixtape.
Influential music supervisor and co-founder of Casete Agricultura Digital speaks on the three years she invested in the magical universe of 10-time Academy Award nominee for 2019, Alfonso Cuáron’s Roma, the powerful feminist message at the core of Miss Bala, and how her work with Netflix has led to enriching collaborations worldwide.
Inspirational Senior Vice President: Film & TV Music / New Media at ASCAP speaks on mentoring the next wave of promising talent through the ASCAP Film Scoring Workshop, how the explosion of entertainment outlets is affecting composers at large, the evolution of the annual ASCAP Screen Music Awards, and the diverse film/TV related programming he has curated for this year’s “I Create Music” EXPO.
Daring recording artist, Golden Globe and Emmy nominated songwriter, and burgeoning composer speaks on the creative considerations behind Revelation, the original song he co-wrote with Troye Sivan and Jónsi of Sigur Rós for Joel Edgerton’s Boy Erased, crafting musical numbers for the queens of RuPaul’s Drag Race, and how creating the perfect breaker for Daya changed his life.
Visionary entrepreneur behind Extreme Music and Bleeding Fingers Music speaks on his punk rock beginnings, his uphill battle to change the industry’s impression of production music and build the largest grossing company of its kind, the genesis of his collaboration with Hans Zimmer, and his recent adventures in VR.
Prolific composer and co-founder of Spitfire Audio speaks on his serendipitous partnership with Paul Thomson, facilitating the epic creation of Hans Zimmer Strings featuring 334 string players, meeting the love of his life while scoring Triangle, and forging a collaboration with Extreme Music.
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