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BMI Brings Together Popular “Music in Film” Panel at Woodstock Film Festival

Posted in News on October 21, 2016
Pictured (L-R) during the festival are: co-founder and executive director of the Woodstock Film Festival Meira Blaustein; “God Knows Where I Am” co-director/producer Jedd Wider, BMI composer Paul Cantelon, BMI songwriter Angela McCluskey, narrator Lori Singer, BMI’s Charlie Feldman and “God Knows Where I Am” co-director/producer Todd Wider.
Pictured (L-R) during the festival are: co-founder and executive director of the Woodstock Film Festival Meira Blaustein; “God Knows Where I Am” co-director/producer Jedd Wider, BMI composer Paul Cantelon, BMI songwriter Angela McCluskey, narrator Lori Singer, BMI’s Charlie Feldman and “God Knows Where I Am” co-director/producer Todd Wider. Photo: courtesy of John Mazlish

As a sponsor of the annual Woodstock Film Festival again this year, BMI produced and moderated its insightful “Music in Film” panel on Saturday, October 15 at Kleinert James Gallery in Woodstock, New York. Featuring a case study of BMI composer Paul Cantelon’s music from the film festival’s official selection, God Knows Where I Am, panelists also included the film’s narrator Lori Singer, as well as directors/producers Jedd and Todd Wider. Moderated by BMI’s Vice President of Writer/Publisher Relations & Industry Relations Charlie Feldman, “Music in Film” evocatively explored the creative and aesthetic aspects of music in film, the composer/director relationship, and the unique concerns of music in new media.