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BMI ANNOUNCES PROGRAMMING FOR THE 2019 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL
1/8/19

BMI has unveiled its programming for the 2019 Sundance Film Festival with a slate of activities that will include the 21st edition of the composer and director roundtable, Music & Film: The Creative Process, on Sunday, 1/29 at the Kimball Arts Center, followed by the 17th annual "BMI Snowball" music showcase on Tuesday, 1/29, at The Shop.

For the past two decades, BMI’s signature roundtable panel has become a cornerstone event at the Festival. This year's panel will be moderated by Doreen Ringer-Ross, BMI's VP of Film, TV & Visual Media Relations, with panelists including the Director of the Sundance Institute Film Music Program Peter Golub; composer Mandy Hoffman and director Minhal Baig, composer Jon Ekstrand and director May el-Toukhy, composer Blake Neely and director Ryan White,  composer Heather McIntosh and director Martha Stephens and composer Will Bates.  

“Our longstanding partnership with the Sundance Institute Film Music Program underscores our relentless commitment to nurturing the next generation of composers and this panel is just one of the many ways we do that," explained Ringer-Ross, "it gives our composers a platform to discuss their latest works and offers attendees an insider’s look into the creative process that goes into film scoring."

Past performances at the "BMI Snowball" have included Rita Wilson, Devo, Death Cab for Cutie, Christina Perri, KT Tunstall, Beck, Rosanne Cash, Cheap Trick and Percy Sledge, to name a few.