October 19 7:00 pm

SAT OCT 19 | 7:00 PM | Gallier Hall

This year, NOFF’s first-ever Music Initiative will connect visiting film-music professionals with artists working in our city’s world-renowned music scene. In this public talk, participating music supervisors give a beginner’s guide to their crucial work at the crossroads of music and movies.

Stephanie Diaz-Matos is founder and creative head of music supervision company, Bonfire Collective, with work spanning from Netflix’s The Get Down to Primetime’s Lost.
Andrew Gross is on the Board of Directors of the Production Music Association and is a Creative Director and Composer at Konsonant Music.
Ed Gerrard is the 2017 Grammy Award Winner for Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media for the film Miles Ahead.
Jonathan McHugh is a founding member of the Guild of Music Supervisors, has worked on films such as Blindspotting as well as directing his own documentaries.
Tracy McKnight is former Head of Film Music at Lionsgate and has worked on projects from The Hunger Games to Academy Award-winning documentary Free Solo.
Gil Talmi is Creative Director and Composer at Konsonant Music, with the bulk of his work focusing on socially conscious films, including official NOFF 2019 selection Building the American Dream.