Film Music Agent | Posted on November 15, 2007
It's taken me a couple of days to get around to writing this. I read an article with the same name on CNN.com. It references just how much has changed in the major film market in the last 10 years regarding new songs being produced specifically for a film.
Film Music Agent | Posted on October 20, 2007
If you’re an up-and-coming filmmaker, you don’t have the big coffers of studio money at your disposal like most filmmakers in Hollywood. You know that you have to fight and scrap for every cent you can get just to get your films made, and even then, your budget is tight.
Film Music Agent | Posted on October 03, 2007
When it comes to promoting your film, you'll want to have a press kit to give to media contacts and investors. Just what is a press kit? It's a package, focused towards media, that gives background information about your company, your film(s), and other important information about you or your works you wish to share. It's the 'who', 'what' and 'why' of your business and can be a first impression on the masses.
Film Music Agent | Posted on February 13, 2007
Sometime later this year, Fox will debut a show called On The Lot. A brainchild of Mark Burnett, creator of Survivor, and Steven Spielberg, this show is sort of an American Idol meets Survivor competition for filmmakers.
Film Music Agent | Posted on September 20, 2006
Film licensing is only a small part of my business as a music artist. My tips here are for people looking to get started and get some experience with this part of the business. You won't get rich at this right away, but it will get you started. And if you are looking to make licensing and scoring a big part of your income, this is only the beginning of the networking you'll need to do.