(August 31, 2015 – Toronto, ON) The Canadian Music Café has announced that an esteemed group of Music Supervisors from the US and the UK will participate in its seventh annual edition, taking place September 14-15, 2015 at the Gladstone Hotel in Toronto during the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). Accredited filmmakers, producers, and all industry professionals attending the Festival can gain access to the Café with their TIFF badge.
“We are very excited to welcome these top notch Supervisors to the Café and to Toronto, many of whom are visiting for the first time,” said Michael Perlmutter of instinct entertainment, producer and curator of the Café and, himself, a Music Supervisor. “It’s an eclectic crew of music lovers and they have all expressed great excitement about the Café and soon-to-be-discovered new, Canadian music.”
Canadian musicians participating at this year’s two-day event will have the opportunity to showcase their synch-friendly music to key international music supervisors and filmed media decision makers. The Canadian Music Café is a springboard for up-and-coming Canadian talent to show off their diverse catalogues and is open to industry professionals to facilitate song placements in TV, film, advertising and video games.
“The Café is an incredible platform to shine a light on emerging Canadian music talent during TIFF,” said Tracy McKnight, Music Supervisor (Selma, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, The Expendables). Championing home grown artists to a broad and diverse international audience creates endless possibilities and opportunities – and I’m looking forward to great time, too.”
The Music Supervisors include:
Tracy McKnight (Selma, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, The Expendables)
Mary Ramos, Saturday Music (Django Unchained, Inglourious Basterds, Pulp Fiction, The Hateful Eight);
Areli Quirarte, Fox Films (The Fault In Our Stars, The Maze Runner, The Drop, From Within);
Amine Ramer, States Of Sound (The Signal, The November Man, Food, Inc.);
Andy Ross (Whiplash, Non-Stop, The Grey);
Sarah Bridge (The Theory Of Everything, Special Correspondents and adverts. for McLaren P1, Nike);S
Ed Bailie, Leland Music (The Goob, Christmas In A Day and adverts. for Braun, Land Rover, Sony);
Iain Cooke (Amy, Collide, Desert Dancer, Spotless, Call The Midwife);
Johnny Choi, Fox Music (Alvin & The Chipmunks: Road Chip, X-Men: Days of Future Past, Night At The Museum: Secret Of The Tomb);
Malia Hall, Mothlight Music (Batkid Begins, The Player, The Blacklist, Stretch, The Forger);
Maxwell Gosling, Little Ears (The Invisible Front and adverts. for ESPN, Sonos, Samsung);
Rob Lowry (Life After Death From Above 1979, The Escort, Band of Robbers).
The Canadian Music Café is a joint initiative produced by the Canadian Music Publishers Association (CMPA) and Canadian Independent Music Association (CIMA) whose mandates are to support, exploit and advocate for the Canadian publishers and Canadian independent music community, respectively. The CMPA and CIMA gratefully acknowledge that the 2015 Canadian Music Café is made possible with the support of the Ontario Media Development Corporation and the generous support from the Federal Government via the Canada Music Fund.
The Canadian Music Café is exclusive to industry professionals and by invitation only. Click here for more information online.