Generator & Northern Film and Media in association with BALTIC present:
2 seminars set-up to investigate alternative revenue streams for
musicians and composers.
BALTIC, NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, LEVEL 1. OCTOBER 30TH & 31ST. 5PM - 7PM
Tuesday 30th October
This seminar will look at the following:
- How to place music in film, advertising and computer games?
- What are the benefits to artists, musicians and labels?
- What revenue streams do they create?
- How does this work in relation to music publishing?
5.00 - 7.00pm.
Rachel Wood - Woodwork Music - www.woodworkmusic.co.uk
Darren Jobling - Eutechnyx Games Roxx / Loft Music Publishing - www.roxxmusic.co.uk
Duncan McKeown (Creative Director) - Robson Brown Advertising Agency
Wednesday 31st October
5.00 - 7.00pm.
The Art of Film Composition - An Audience with Guy Farley
Guy Farley is a film and TV composer, who has worked on everything from
big budget American movies, to independently produced British films. In this talk, Guy will discuss both the creative and business aspects of
his work, and his relationship with film producers and directors.
He will also give an insight into the networking involved in gaining
work, in this competitive field.
Guy is a larger than life character, who has dedicated himself to
becoming a successful film composer. Come and hear about the ups and
downs of his journey to achieve this goal.
SPACES ARE FREE BUT LIMITED
To book individual / group spaces or for further information on this
programme contact Jo at Generator.
Generator, 2nd Floor, Black Swan Court,
69 Westgate Road, Newcastle NE1 1SG
T. 0191 245 0099