SAGindie Movies & Music
Celebrating the enduring partnership between filmmakers and musicians
About the Program
Before there was spoken word in film, there was music. But now that talkies are all the rage, how does an independent filmmaker find the right music for their movie? How does an up-and-coming composer get attention from the film industry? As so many aspects of indie filmmaking have become more accessible than ever, there is still too often a barrier between the film and music worlds.
SAGindie Movies & Music is a program designed to bridge that divide, making it easier for indie filmmakers and music professionals to connect and – if the feeling is right – make beautiful music together.
The SAGindie Movies & Music Speed Pairing sessions are a quick way for filmmakers with upcoming projects to connect with musicians one-on-one.
The SAGindie Movies & Music Panels give filmmakers and musicians the opportunity to learn about a swath of issues from industry experts.
Easy Rider at 50: How they put together that groundbreaking soundtrack by Tim Greiving for Los Angeles Times
Conceived by its stars, Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper, along with Dr. Strangelove co-writer Terry Southern, Easy Rider railed against institutions both on screen and behind the camera…
Excelling at the job of music supervisor takes more than just the ability to curate a killer playlist. As music supervisor Mike Turner could attest… Read more
Movies & Music Newsletter
If you’re a musician or music professional working on the film side of things, here are some great resources to take note of! (For more filmmaker-specific helpful links, click here. And if you have a music-related link that you’ve found helpful, send us a tip at email@example.com.)