Date: Wednesday 17th February 2016
Venue: Ironworks Venue, 122B Academy Street, Inverness, IV1 1LX
Cost: Free entry
Connie Farr from ThinkSync Music will lead an insightful and interactive workshop looking at music placement across the multimedia industry. This session will offer a practical end-to-end perspective on how music supervision works across the TV, film, advertising and gaming sectors, and where the opportunities are for independent artists, composers and labels. The event will also be of particular interest to anyone using music across their various audiovisual projects.
ThinkSync Music was founded by Connie Farr over ten years ago and was born out of a group of traditional publishing companies. The company is a leading one-stop music consultancy and licensing service for Films, trailers, games, TV, Advertisements, Virals and Instore Playlists.
ThinkSync also offers a complete music supervision service for film and TV, specialising in independent films looking for music with character and individuality. Connie's recent projects include Andrew Haigh’s award winning ‘45 Years’ as well as the upcoming adaptation of Martin Amis’s ‘London Fields’ starring Billy Bob Thornton and Johnny Depp. Past projects include Tom Harper's remake of 'The Borrowers', Carol Morley’s 'Dreams of a Life' for Film 4, Hong Khaou’s ‘Lilting’ which opened Sundance 2014 and SXSW Grand Jury winner 'Gimme The Loot’.
Connie is also the out-of-house Music Supervisor at the UK office of LA based movie services house Ignition Creative, working on numerous TV promos and International film trailers.
To register for this free event, please click here.