How to Write Songs for Film and TV Workshop
May 2, 2012
With guest speaker seasoned Nashville songwriter Janey Street
Date and Time: May 2, 3 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Location: The Madison Theatre at Molloy College
Price: Free for Molloy Students, and $20 for everyone else
Workshop is limited to twenty seats
Singer songwriter Janey Street has recorded albums for Warner Brothers/Reprise, Capitol Records and Arista Records (under the guidance of legendary music mogul Clive Davis). Her single "Under the Clock" was a top 20 AC hit. The video also received frequent airplay on VH-1. Her single "Say Hello To Ronnie" was also a Billboard charter, making the pop charts. Recently, Janey self-released her blues album "The Street Less Traveled".
- How is music used in a scene?
- Cues, source cues, end title songs, beginning title songs and feature songs, etc
- The collaborative process in filmmaking
- The do's and don'ts of writing on spec and pitching to music supervisors
- Deals, sync licenses and royalties
- Post-production and deadlines
In addition, the workshop will feature a live critique and Pitch session! All participants can bring any song they feel can work for film and TV or any song they would like to be critiqued. If Street hears a song that works well for Film and TV, she will pass it on to her film and TV song plugger.
Bring a CD of one song and a lyric sheet
- Music Education Music education degree at Molloy College in NY prepares you for teaching music.