Film/TV Music Conference Offers Discount to BMI Songwriters

Posted in News on October 21, 2003

The Hollywood Reporter/Billboard Film & TV Music Conference is now offering a discounted registration fee of $199 to BMI songwriters. Full price, walk-up registration for the 2-day conference, to be held November 19-20 at the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel in Los Angeles, is $450.

The second annual conference will feature sessions and panels on music, film, and TV industry related topics, as well as an opening keynote address by actor/director/producer Clint Eastwood. Other special guests include director/producer/composer Robert Rodriguez (Spy Kids, Once Upon a Time in Mexico); multiple Oscar-and Grammy-nominee James Newton Howard; music supervisor Jason Bentley, composer Don Davis, sound designer/supervising sound editor Dane A. Davis and editor Zach Staenberg (all from The Matrix Reloaded); composer Danny Pelfrey (American Dreams, Felicity, Spin City); American Idol judge Randy Jackson; The WB's Leonard Richardson; music supervisor Greg Sill (American Dreams, Boomtown); producer Irwin Winkler; actor/director/writer Michael McKean; Chicago producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron; Miramax music chief Randy Spendlove; Evolution Talent's Christine Russell; and Lion's Gate music & soundtracks head Joel C. High.


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