Composers Dish Over ‘Coffee Talk’ at LA Film Festival

Posted in News on July 15, 2003
BMI once again sponsored and presented the "Coffee Talk" panel on film music during the recent Los Angeles Film Festival. The panel, moderated by BMI's Vice President of Film/TV Relations, Doreen Ringer Ross, featured talks by BMI composers George S. Clinton (Austin Powers trilogy, Wild Thing), Graeme Revell (Daredevil, Blow), Clint Mansell (Requiem For A Dream, Abandoned) and Mychael Danna (Ice Storm, Antwone Fisher).

The Los Angeles Film Festival, which took place in June at various venues throughout Los Angeles, showcases the best of American and international independent cinema. With an attendance of over 40,000, the festival screens over 200 narrative features, documentaries, shorts and music videos.

Shown after the panel are composers George S. Clinton and Graeme Revell, BMI's Doreen Ringer Ross, and composers Clint Mansell and Mychael Danna.


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