Get Your Song Into A Film

If you’d like to know how your song could be selected for a major movie or TV show, the Nashville Screenwriters Conference, May 30–June 1, can provide all the information.

The conference will be held at the historic Union Station Hotel in downtown Nashville. Saturday, May 31, the special panel “Music in the Movies” takes place at noon at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, offering aspiring songwriters advice on how to get their songs placed in movies and television shows. The panel will be hosted by Anastasia Brown, music supervisor for such films as August Rush and Taken, and will feature experts from TV and film, including Julia Michels, music supervisor for the movies Sex and the City and The Devil Wears Prada. For registration information, go to nashscreen.com.

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