Apr 19, 2005

WE MAY HAVE FAMOUS PEOPLE
I'm fairly busy with work to regale you with silly daily anecdotes this week (but don't hold me to that), so I figured I'd post about work...
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FMC PRESENTS TWO PANELS AT TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL
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On Wednesday, April 27 and Thursday, April 28, top names in music and film will convene at NYC's Knitting Factory for lively discussions on soundtracks and music licensing in films. Panelists and participants will come together for the Future of Music Coalition's inaugural partnership with the Tribeca Film Festival to focus on 2 issues at the intersection of music and film.

Mark your calendars and let all your friends and colleagues know about FMC's panels at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 27 &28!

WHAT: FMC at Tribeca Film Festival
WHERE: Knitting Factory, 74 Leonard Street, NYC
WHEN: April 27 & April 28 at 1:00pm
HOW: Tickets are $20

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THE SOUNDTRACKS OF OUR FILMS
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Wednesday, April 27 1:00 PM
A discussion with Tim Robbins and other experts in the field about the effect that music has in movies, as well as the surprising power of film soundtracks to influence musicians’ careers and the music industry itself.

With...
TIM ROBBINS
actor, director
MICHAEL ROHATYN
Composer: Ballad of Jack and Rose, 2005; Personal Velocity (2002)
Screenwriter: The Ballad of Jack and Rose, 2005)
RICK KARR (Moderator)
Cultural Correspondent, NPR News
BLAKE LEYH
Sound Designer and Composer for films, musician. Recent projects have
included sound design for Julie Taymor's film FRIDA and music for HBO's
series THE WIRE.

Other panelists to be confirmed...
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COPYRIGHTING CREATIVITY
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Thursday, April 28 1:00 PM
A conversation about how the rights clearance system impacts documentarians and filmmakers, and how we can find ways for musicians and filmmakers to have both the freedom and compensation to create lasting art.

With...
RICK KARR
Cultural Correspondent, NPR News
ORLANDO BAGWELL
Filmmaker and Program Officer, Media, Arts and Culture, The Ford
Foundation
PETER JASZI
Professor, American University Washington College of Law and co-author
of "Untold Stories: Creative Consequences of the Rights Clearance
Culture for Documentary Filmmakers"
RENA KOSERSKY
Music Supervisor for documentaries
JEFF TUCHMAN
Documentary producer/director/writer, Documania Films
MICHAEL HAUSMAN
Producer, director

See more about panelists

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