NARIP Music Supervisor Sessions
Intimate Meeting & Pitch Session With Music Supervisor
from Hollywood, CA
Trailer Park’s Bobby Gumm
on Tuesday, February 19, 2013 (5:00 p.m.)
at the BPI in London
1:00 p.m. Session is SOLD OUT
A top-rated music supervisor in Los Angeles is our special guest at NARIP’s next Music Supervisor Session in London: Trailer Park’s Bobby Gumm. Gumm commissions, licenses and places music for global feature film trailer campaigns for the world’s biggest blockbusters as well as for independent films, global advertising campaigns and television. Limited enrollment of 16 people per session guarantees face-time, registrants get brief of supervisor’s CURRENT music needs, a chance to pitch plus immediate feedback. In NARIP’s intimate session, you get to meet and pitch him for current opportunities.
Trailers – which represents a large part of Gumm’s client work – have skyrocketed in recent years as an important and lucrative vehicle for music licensing. Synch fees for music in trailers tend to be larger because the rights requested tend to be more broad (worldwide, in perpetuity, used in every possible media). Also, trailers are typically part of a film’s marketing budget rather than its music budget, with film marketing budgets almost always many times larger than music budgets. One senior music executive at Fox Studios says that the music budget for a film is rarely larger than 3% of its overall budget, if that.
ABOUT BOBBY GUMM
Bobby Gumm is a Music Director at Trailer Park, a large multi-faceted ad agency that specializes in movie trailers. Prior to Trailer Park he began his career at Intralink Film and then spent several years with Flyer Entertainment. With almost a decade of music supervision experience, Gumm has supervised well over one hundred trailers including Batman Begins, Up, Avatar, J Edgar and Batman: Arkham City. Some of his recent credits include trailers for The Dark Knight Rises, Anchorman 2,
The Great Gatsby, Brave, Horrible Bosses, Pacific Rim, Iron Man 3, the Incredible Burt Wonderstone, Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D and Guilt Trip.
Come meet this career-maker.
SMALL IS THE NEW BIG
NARIP’s small sessions (limited enrollment of 16 people per session) guarantee face-time with our guest, registrants get brief of supervisor’s CURRENT music needs, a chance to pitch plus immediate feedback. You get to meet and pitch our guest for current opportunities on the spot, receiving instant feedback as to whether a song or cue is appropriate or not, and most importantly, WHY. This feedback makes better pitches – and ultimately, placements – possible. Participants even have the opportunity to re-work music to better fit a supervisor’s needs.
Placements secured and professional relationships formed through NARIP”s music supervisor sessions have earned praise and and placements! See TESTIMONIALS and PLACEMENTS sections below.
Click here to read what people say about NARIP’s Music Supervisor Sessions.
NARIP MUSIC SUPERVISOR SESSIONS IN THE NEWS,
PLACEMENTS & SUCCESS STORIES
For articles in The Guardian (UK), MusikWeek (UK), Musik Woche (Germany), Taxi Drivers: Cinema e Cultura Metropolitano (Italy), MEOW (US) and other publications, and to read about NARIP members and session participants who have made over 20 placements since inception of NARIP’s series last year, click here. We’re delighted to report the most recent placements, Gail Vareilles places a song in the star-studded Movie 43, and The Chris Bergson Band’s song “Rain Beatin’ Down” has been licensed for the rest of the season on ESPN for all of NASCAR programming.
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Special thanks to Debi Blackgrove and Julian Wall at the British Recorded Music Industry for their help with this series.
5:00 p.m. Session is SOLD OUT
1:00 p.m. Session is SOLD OUT
Tuesday, February 19, 2013 (5:00 p.m.)
4:30 p.m. – Registration and networking
5:00 p.m. – Program begins
6:15 p.m. – Break
7:30 p.m. – Program ends
BPI (British Recorded Music Industry)
Westminster Bridge Road
T: +44 (0)2 0 7803 1300
Click here for map. .
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Artist Managers, Producers & Artist Reps
A&R, Artist Development and Marketing Executives
Record, Distribution & Music Publishing Executives
Anyone seeking placement opportunities in film and film promotional campaigns.
£179 NARIP Members * and BPI Members
£189 MPA, AIM, BASCA, PRS members and SongLink subscribers
Any questions about HOW TO register (discounted or otherwise) please email Mary Bee at mary AT narip DOT com and let her know your affiliation.
* Available to Professional and Executive NARIP Members only.
Members please log in to receive discount.
2 WAYS TO REGISTER
1. Online: www.narip.com (just scroll down)
2. Phone: 0203-002-8247 (UK local call)
Advance RSVP encouraged.
Pre-paid admission guarantees seating.
We appreciate your cooperation.
Call us at 0203-002-8247 (UK local call) or email mary AT narip DOT com.
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