Nashville Film Festival Announces Creators Conference, Music Program Lineups

The Nashville Film Festival has announced the lineup for its NashFilm Creators Conference and NashFilm Music Program for the 51st edition of the festival that will take place exclusively online from Oct. 2-3, 2020. The Music Program, which aims to bring more sync opportunities to the Nashville community, will also take place virtually from Oct. 1-2, 2020.

The Creators Conference connects attendees with their peers to discover the latest industry trends, expand skills and network and allows attendees to gain valuable insights from top industry execs and veterans from all over the country. The conference’s two-day program includes panels focused on four tracks: filmmaking, music for film, writing for film and culture & social causes.

“The 2020 NashFilm Creators Conference includes panelists and content focused on many of the most important and timely topics across film, music, gaming and television,” said Creators Conference Producer, Kalyna Kutny. “This year’s lineup offers valuable insights for all attendees who are eager to connect and learn from the industry’s brightest minds. They can expect to leave with practical takeaways that can be immediately applied to advance their passions and careers.”

This year’s Music Program will also provide educational music supervisor panels, one-on-one mentorships and VIP events with topics ranging from “Diversity Matters: Music Licensing and the Black Experience” to case studies in sync for video game trailers, marketing & games, film & TV and more. Each night will culminate with an artist showcase presented in partnership with Acme Radio Live.

All panels are free to VIP badge holders and $12 per session for general admission. More information about the NashFilm Creators Conference can be found at nashvillefilmfestival.org/creators-conference-2020/. The NashFilm Music Program will take place virtually on Thursday, Oct. 1-2. Virtual Music Badges can be purchased for $65 or $12 per session for individual panels. More information about the NashFilm Music Program can be found at nashvillefilmfestival.org/music-program-2020/.

 

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