Thursday 17 June
11.15am – 12.15pm
XpoNorth Sync Spotlight: In Conversation with Rudy Chung
Rudy Chung is a widely-respected music supervision executive with a background that includes work across film, TV, advertising, trailers and more. He recently joined Netflix’s music creative and production team where he helps oversee music for original films on the platform. Before joining Netflix, Rudy was a Partner and music supervisor at Hit The Ground Running (HTGR) and is also the Founding Partner of Pusher, an award-winning artist and composer agency that specialises in licensing and creating music for film and television marketing campaigns. This exclusive one-on-one keynote will delve into Rudy’s career, providing an overview into how he got his start in the industry and what led to his current role at Netflix, while exploring his creative process and how it translates to commercial realities for the various projects in which he has been involved.
Speaker: Rudy Chung
Chair: Sat Bisla
Owner, MUSEXPO / A&R Worldwide
Sat Bisla is regarded as a leading influencer and connector to the global music business. He’s worked as a club DJ, journalist, radio programmer, club booker, manager, A&R man and consultant for various music companies worldwide.
Music Creative & Production, Netflix
Rudy Chung recently joined Netflix’s music creative & production team helping oversee music for original films. Prior to that he was partner and music supervisor atHTGR. His music supervision credits include The Last Dance(ESPN/Netflix), Minari (A24), Bad Trip (MGM/Netflix), Coffee & Kareem (Netflix), Silicon Valley (HBO), Rapture(Netflix), Andre The Giant (HBO), Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics And Men (Showtime), and Child’s Play (MGM). Rudy is also the founding partner ofPusher, an award-winning artist and composer agency that specialises in licensing and creating music for film & tv marketing campaigns. A Detroit native, Rudy is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and is an instructor of the course Music Supervision for Film & Television at UCLA Extension. He is a member of the Guild of Music Supervisors