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HIFF.ORG SOUND x VISION


MUSIC VIDEO SHOWCASE


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16 | 9:30 PM NEXT DOOR 43 N. HOTEL ST. FREE!


APOGEE – 1, 2, 3 Japan, 2009, 4M Director: Yusuke Tanaka (Caviar)


BOB DYLAN – BEYOND HERE LIES NOTHIN’


USA, 2009, 4M Director: Nash Edgerton


CHARLOTTE GAINSBOURG feat. BECK – HEAVEN CAN WAIT (Director’s Cut) USA, 2010, 3M


Director: Keith Schofield 054


EDWARD SHARPE AND THE MAGNETIC ZEROES – KISSES OVER BABYLON USA, 2009, 9M


Director: Isaiah Seret


ELECTRIX SIX – BODY SHOT USA, 2009, 5M Director: Nabil


GRIZZLY BEAR – READY, ABLE USA, 2009, 5M


Director: Allison Schulnik


THE HICKEY UNDERWORLD – BLONDE FIRE


Belgium, 2009, 4M Director: Joe Vanhoutthegem


MAJOR LAZER feat. NINA SKY, RICKY BLAZE – KEEP IT GOIN’ LOUDER USA, 2009, 4M Director: Eric Wareheim


M.I.A. – BORN FREE UK, 2010, 9M


Director: Romain Gavras


LIVE MUSIC SHOWCASE SHOW STARTS 10:30PM (FOLLOWInG MUSIC VIDEO SHOWCASE)


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16 nEXT DOOR 43 n. HOTEL ST. FREE!


After the Music Video Showcase, as part of our inaugural SOUND x VISION section, we’re spotlighting the artistry and diversity of Hawaii’s local band scene, featuring indie rock band CLONES OF THE QUEEN and other buzz worthy music acts.


NOMINATED FEATURE DIRECTOR AND CAST IN ATTENDANCE


REX THE DOG – BUBBLICIOUS USA, 2009, 3M


Director: Geoffroy De Crecy


MICACHU & THE SHAPES – TURN ME UP


UK, 2010, 3M Director: Joan Guasch


ROB ROY – FUR IN MY CAP USA, 2009, 3M


Director: Ethan Lader


RIVA STARR feat. NOZE – I WAS DRUNK


UK, 2010, 3M Director: JMD


SIA – CLAP YOUR HANDS USA, 2010, 4M


Director: Kris Moyes


TEMPER TRAP – LOVE LOST UK, 2010, 4M


Director: Dougal Wilson


TWO DOOR CINEMA – I CAN TALK USA, 2009, 3M


Director: Mega Force


YEAH YEAH YEAHS – HEADS WILL ROLL


USA, 2009, 4M Director: Richard Aoyade


CLONES OF THE QUEEN – FOREST SHOWDOWN IN CHINATOWN WINNER


USA, 2010, 5M Director: Michael Inouye


SPEED DATING IN SYNC SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16 | 1:00 PM | HIFF CAFE


$50 LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE


Local bands and composers will have a chance to sit down, one-on-one with our expert panelists to pitch their projects and gain feedback on their work.


PANELISTS


SETH KAPLAn is a principal in Evolution Music Partners, a top tier talent agency representing film composers and other creative music talent for visual media. Evolution Music Partners’ clients have composed music for top studio and independent films as well as highly rated and critically acclaimed television shows. Recently EMP has expanded its activities into interactive games and advertising and it is also the first agency of its type to offer music publishing administration and licensing opportunities to its clientele.


With 18 years in music publishing, BRIAn LAMBERT is currently the Senior Vice President of Film & Television Music at Universal Music Publishing Group. Based in Los Angeles, he generates revenue and increases catalog value by strategically marketing Universal’s songs and artists to film, television and advertising executives. He works closely with artists/writers, management and senior executives worldwide to identify creative placement opportunities as well as marketing and acquisition priorities.


MARISA BALDI joined ZYNC as West Coast partner in summer 2003. Marisa is a veteran of synchronization and publishing; prior to ZYNC she was Director of Motion Picture & Television Music for Universal Music Publishing for 9 years, including 4 years at PolyGram Music prior to the Universal merger. Marisa has also held positions at Maverick Recording Co. and Virgin Records prior to working in publishing. She received her Bachelor’s degrees in Journalism and English Literature from Pepperdine University.


STEPHAnIE DIAz-MATOS’ ability to the cross boundaries of music, film, television, and advertising, and her uncanny ear for bridging undiscovered gems with mainstream hits puts her at the heart of Search Party’s creative nucleus. Most recently, Diaz-Matos completed work on HBO’s remake of GREY GARDENS, directed by Michael Sucsy and starring Drew Barrymore and Jessica Lange. In her “free time,” Diaz-Matos runs an independent dance music label, God Within Recordings.


A passion for film, a proven track record in the world of advertising, a curiosity and drive to explore new forms of media, and over a decade spent as a prominent DJ on the international dance music scene make SARA MATARAzzO a standout member of Search Party Music. Matarazzo recently relocated from New York to Portland to head up Search Party’s new west coast office. Her recent feature projects include Thomas Campbell’s surf movie THE PRESENT and Wes Anderson’s THE FANTASTIC MR FOX.


PANEL DISCUSSION:


GETTING YOUR MUSIC SEEN SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16 | 11:30 AM | REGAL DOLE FREE!


The music industry has faced a massive shake-up to its business model over the past decade, but the combination of music and cinema has endured as a creative and lucrative opportunity for musicians. For this panel, a music agent, publisher, pitch person, supervisor and studio exec will discuss the entire process, giving artists and their managers a basic understanding of the different roles, how they work together and what they can do to get their music on the big screen.


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