CCC Explores 'The Real Score' About Putting Music in Film and TV

Top Quote The California Copyright Conference presents a behind-the-scenes look at the negotiations involved in getting music into film and TV. Set for the evening of January 11 in Los Angeles, the event is open to the public. End Quote
  • Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA (1888PressRelease) January 04, 2011 - The process of putting music into motion pictures and television involves musicians, music publishers, songwriters, and music attorneys. Dealing with each other -- as well as with music supervisors, producers and directors -- can be very complex, but the ins and outs of the process will be explored by a panel at the California Copyright Conference on the evening of January 11 in Los Angeles.

    "We are staging a series of mock scenarios so everyone can take a look at what really goes on behind-the-scenes in the way music gets into films," states Eric Polin, Sr. VP of Music Publishing at Universal Pictures. Polin, a CCC Board member, will moderate the program. "The business process involving both original music and licensed tracks will be examined in what we expect to be a lively presentation," Polin added.

    Joining Polin on the panel will be a distinguished group of entertainment industry professionals:

    * Todd Hallowell - Executive Producer with Imagine Entertainment on such films as "Apollo 13," "A Beautiful Mind," "Cinderella Man," "The DaVinci Code," "Angels & Demons," and the upcoming " The Dilemma."

    * Julianne Jordan - Music Supervisor on some of the top studio films of the recent past, including "The Bourne Identity," "Mr. and Mrs. Smith," "Alvin & The Chipmunks," "Valentine's Day," "Red," "Yogi Bear," and the upcoming "Hop."

    * Mike Knobloch - President, Film Music and Publishing, Universal Pictures.

    * Christopher Lennertz - Composer on such films as "Alvin & The Chipmunks," "Adam," "Cat & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore," the TV series "Supernatural" and the upcoming "Hop."

    * Christine Russell - Partner, Evolution Music Partners, a firm representing composers, music supervisors, copyright owners and recording artists.

    When and Where:
    This special CCC program will take place Tuesday, January 11, 2011 at the Courtyard by Marriott Hotel, 15433 Ventura Blvd., Sherman Oaks, CA 91403 (near Sepulveda & Ventura Blvd., just West of the 405 freeway). The parking entrance is on Orion Avenue and parking is free with validation at the event. Check-in is at 6:15 p.m., cocktails begin at 6:30, dinner at 7:00 with the presentation to follow. Cost is $40 for CCC members and college students with I.D., $50 for non-members.

    MCLE credit is available for all CCC programs.

    To reserve a seat for the January 11th dinner program, or for more information on The CCC, visit or call 818-379-3312.

    Media Contact:
    John Scott G
    jsg ( @ ) gmanmarketing dot com

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