Film, TV & Digital Music: Scoring & Residuals 101

Creating and budgeting for music in film and television has changed radically from just a few years ago. Tectonic shifts in business models raise more questions than answers. Budgets and deadlines are tighter; and exhibition windows are shorter. What are some of the questions you need to ask, and how do you find answers to keep up with the wave of change? How do both artists and producers get the most value for the music that enhances their big and small screen projects?

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Dennis Dreith

AFM SAG & AFTRA Intellectual Property Rights Distribution Fund

John Houlihan

Houlihan Film Music

Dan Navarro

Dan Navarro Music

Kim Roberts-Hedgpeth

Film Musicians Secondary Markets Fund

Details

Primary Entry:
Platinum Badge
Film Badge
Secondary Entry:
Music Badge
Artist Wristband
Interactive Badge
Format:

Panel

Type:

Session

Track:

Making Film & Episodics

Level:

Advanced