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Eco-Fest Celebrates Women in Music

Posted in News on September 18, 2007
Shown after the film music panel are (l-r): film/TV producer Judi Levine; LAWMF moderator Trish Lester; music supervisor Heather Kreamer; BMI’s Anne Cecere; Grammy-nominated songwriter and author Pamela Phillips Oland; and A&R Select’s Alethia Austin.
Shown after the film music panel are (l-r): film/TV producer Judi Levine; LAWMF moderator Trish Lester; music supervisor Heather Kreamer; BMI’s Anne Cecere; Grammy-nominated songwriter and author Pamela Phillips Oland; and A&R Select’s Alethia Austin.

“Females on Fire” was the theme for the first annual Los Angeles Women’s Music Festival (LAWMF), held August 25, at Woodley Park, in Encino, CA. BMI’s Anne Cecere participated in the “Music for Film & Television”’ panel, which covered several topics, including how to submit your music, contacting music supervisors, and how to choose a performing right organization.

The earth-friendly festival, presented by Gaia Rocks & Warrior Girl Music, showcased more than 50 bands and performers on five stages and featured pet adoptions, food, drum circles, children’s activities and fun for the whole family, with proceeds benefiting local animal-rescue organizations.

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