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The Composing Team Behind Blockbuster "Gone Girl" Join Program: Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross to deliver Keynote Q&A

The two collaborators will discuss their most recent work on the score for "Gone Girl". The Hollywood Reporter and Billboard music editor Shirley Halperin will moderate.
"Gone Girl" is the third partnership between Reznor and Ross and director David Fincher, following "Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" and "The Social Network", for which Reznor and Ross won an Academy Award and a Golden Globe.

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Last Day to Sign up for One on Ones is Oct 28 by Midnight:

Don't miss out on our most popular networking opportunity. *Only registered attendees are eligible for One on One sessions. Limited space available- Register today!


Exclusive Advance Screening For Film & TV attendees: Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me

Registered attendees can sign up to attend an advance screening of the upcoming documentary "Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me". RSVP information will be sent via an attendee email.

What Cars Mean To Music:

Creative teams behind some of the most successful music & advertising partnerships share tips.

Composers: Navigating an Indie Path: Hosted by BMI

Composers have had enduring careers working in independent film and in some cases it has led to Oscar wins, big-budget blockbusters and lasting relationships with directors. Successful composers will discuss the ins-and-outs of making a rewarding career out of films with smaller budgets, fewer screens and greater risk.
Doreen Ringer-Ross, BMI
Mychael Danna, "Life of Pi"
Clint Mansell, "Black Swan"
Cliff Martinez, "Drive"
Michael Penn, "Girls"

Room Block Now Open at the Sheraton Universal Hotel:

Special room rate of 194 per night plus tax and fees. Room block is first come first serve. You can book your accommodations here: Sheraton Universal Hotel

For parties looking to book multiple rooms, please call the hotel toll free at 888-627-7186

Music For Documentaries:

Non-fiction film has an entirely different set of rules and methods when it comes to songs and score. Producers, composers and songwriters share their stories of how to make compelling music for documentaries and why the demands are unique.

With the teams behind "Richard Pryor: Omit the Logic" "Sweet Mickey for President" and more! Featuring:

The Team from "22 Jump Street" & " The Lego Movie" Join Program:

Mark Mothersbaugh, Phil Lord & Christopher Miller sit down for an in-depth discussion on how to build a successful score.

Howard Shore Announced as Maestro Award Recipient : Academy and Grammy Award Winning Composer to be honored

Shore, who will participate in a Q&A at the conference, has an impressive slate of films this year, among them the final installment in The Hobbit trilogy (The Battle of Five Armies) and the directorial debut of Jon Stewart in Rosewater. One of the creators of Saturday Night Live, he was the show's music director from 1975 to 1980. At the same time, he began collaborating with David Cronenberg and has scored 15 of the director's films, most recently Maps to the Stars.

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One-on-One Sign-ups Now Open! :

Deadline to sign up for One-on-One sessions is October 17, 2014.

* You must be a registered attendee to sign up for One-on-One sessions.

2014 Advisory Board Meets :

The 2014 Advisory Board met on June 19 to begin planning the 2014 Conference. The Film & TV Music Conference moves to the Globe Theater at Universal Studios November 5 &6th!

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Highlights from the 2012 Film and TV Music Conference:

Dear Colleagues & Friends :
The Billboard Hollywood Reporter Film and TV Music Conference is expanding. 

The 13th edition of the conference is moving to a larger space, the Globe Theatre on the Universal Studios lot in Universal City. Calif., after two sold-out years at the W Hotel in Hollywood. The event will be held Nov. 5 and 6.

The move affords the Billboard and Hollywood Reporter team with more space for presentations, networking opportunities and an increased number of one-on-ones amid the atmosphere of a working studio. The move gives us a significant number of options as we look to expand the programming and ancillary offerings. 

Dedicated to all facets of music and its uses in television, film, advertising and the Internet, the Film and TV Music Conference brings together recording artists, composers, executives from all branches of entertainment, music supervisors, publishers, filmmakers, managers and others to discuss the ever-changing entertainment landscape and the opportunities for content creators and copyright holders.

Speakers are a mix of the industry’s elite, up-and-coming entrepreneurs and the creative community. Besides keynote speeches, case studies, panels and networking opportunities, the two-day event offers one-on-one sessions with publishers, song representatives and experts from throughout the film, TV and music industries.

Please join us as we explore the ever-changing world of music in visual media with the people making a difference in music today.

Phil Gallo 
Senior Correspondent Film & TV