Tuesday, 25 March 2014 19:02

ATLFF: PARMA Licensing Seminar

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On March 28 the Atlanta Film Festival kicks off with a gathering of local and independent filmmakers and carries on through April 6 showcasing upcoming gems in the indie film world. They’re also partnering with HBO for a Game of Thrones premiere party, which is sure to be epic.

Additionally, the festival is featuring a “creative conference” with informative seminars for filmmakers and other creatives like PARMA Licensing’s “The Art & Logistics of Creating & Placing Music in Media.”

According to the event’s description, the panel will address “the integral role that music plays in film, television, and advertisements, in addition to the logistics, legalities, and coordination that comes with the territory.”

Panelists are said to be CNN’s supervision producer Danya Levine, and Devinesound owner, Richard Devine, moderated by PARMA managing director, Jake Weinreb. The event will take place at 10:00 A.M., April 4 at the Plaza Theatre and will run for 75 minutes.

PARMA licensing “is a licensing, production and supervision one-stop shop for all things audio,” who “spots, searches, temps, clears, and creates.” You can find out more about PARMA on their website, and more about the event as well as the ATLFF here.

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