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BMI Sponsors Panel at the 2014 IFP Filmmaker Conference in New York

Posted in News on September 23, 2014
Panelists and moderator engaged in conversation at the “Striking the Right Tone
Panelists and moderator engaged in conversation at the “Striking the Right Tone" panel during the 2014 IFP Filmmaker Conference.

The musical soundtrack of a documentary film is its emotional touchpoint, helping engage the audience by enhancing the experience the filmmaker is presenting. During the Independent Filmmaker Project (IFP) conference on Monday, September 15, at the Bruno Walter Auditorium at Lincoln Center in New York, BMI presented the panel, “Striking the Right Tone,” providing attendees with insights on developing musical scores for documentaries and how these relate to music licensing.

Moderated by BMI VP Writer/Publisher Relations, New York, Charlie Feldman, panelists included Darius Clark Monroe (director and producer, Evolution of a Criminal), David Teague (documentary film editor for E-Team and Cutie and the Boxer), Sue Jacobs (music supervisor for Gasland and Catfish) and BMI songwriter-composer-producer T. Griffin (Evolution of a Criminal and E-Team). Learn more about the IFP and its activities.

photo Pictured at the “Striking the Right Tone” panel during the 2014 IFP Filmmaker Conference (L–R): BMI songwriter-composer-producer T. Griffin (Evolution of a Criminal and E-Team), David Teague (documentary film editor for E-Team and Cutie and the Boxer), Darius Clark Monroe (director and producer, Evolution of a Criminal), Sue Jacobs (music supervisor for Gasland and Catfish) and BMI VP Writer/Publisher Relations, New York, Charlie Feldman.

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