David O. Russell, Sue Jacobs Confirmed For Billboard/Hollywood Reporter Film & TV Conference

American Hustle

Register HERE now for next week's (Oct. 29-30) Billboard and The Hollywood Reporter's Film & TV Music Conference in Los Angeles at the W Hollywood featuring panels, Q&As, case studies and one-on-ones with composers, music supervisors, artists and executives from across the film, television, advertising and music industries.  Featured this year: T Bone Burnett will be honored with the 2013 Maestro Award, music supervisor Alexandra Patsavas will participate in a keynote Q&A; Hans Zimmer will lead a case study on the film "Rush;" David O'Russell and Sue Jacobs will discuss their work on "American Hustle" and "Silver Linings Playbook" (story below) and Randy Newman will have a question and answer with WME's Amos Newman. (Full schedule here)

 

Director David O. Russell and music supervisor Sue Jacobs will discuss their work on the highly anticipated film “American Hustle” (trailer below) and last year’s award-winning “Silver Linings Playbook” in a conversation at the Billboard & Hollywood Reporter Film and Television Music Conference.
 
The two will speak from 1:45 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 30 at the W Hotel in Hollywood. This year’s conference is being held Oct. 29 and 30.

 
Highly respected in their fields, Russell’s directing credits include a widely diverse collection of films, among them “The Fighter,” “I Heart Huckabees”  and “Three Kings.” Jacobs, a music supervisor on more than 80 feature films, handled the musically rich “Kansas City” and “Basquiat” early in her career; recent credits include “Our Idiot Brother” and “Love is All You Need.”

“American Hustle,” starring Christian Bale, Amy Adams and “Silver Linings Playbook” star Bradley Cooper, is the story of a con artist and his partner working with a federal agent to capture criminals in Camden, N.J. The films opens in limited release on Dec. 13 and goes wide on Dec. 25.
 
Registration is open for the two-day conference of panels, Q&As and case studies with composers, music supervisors, artists and executives from across the film, television, advertising and music industries. T Bone Burnett will be honored with this year’s Maestro Award and music supervisor Alexandra Patsavas will participate in a keynote Q&A.

 

Register now for the Billboard Film & TV Music Conference

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