Meet the Supes: Q&A with Rob Lowry

Q. What interested you in getting involved in music supervision? Did you always know you were going to be doing this? I’ve always loved music & film, and the marriage of the two was a match made in heaven for me. I’ve wanted to do…

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Meet the Supes: Q&A with Jen Malone

Q. What interested you in getting involved in music supervision? Did you always know you were going to be doing this? I started in PR for rock bands and eventually became pretty burnt out. I needed to do something new and learn a new aspect…

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Q&A with JP Saxe – 2017 Café Performer

Q. What’s your favourite sync moment of all time (in any piece of media)? Harold and Maude. The whole Cat Stevens soundtrack. I’m in love with that movie. And the way Harold plays the main theme on the Banjo!? The soundtrack is so perfectly weaved…

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Meet the Supes: Q&A with Laura Webb

Q. What interested you in getting involved in music supervision? Did you always know you were going to be doing this? When I was starting out I didn’t realize this was a profession. I knew I wanted to be in film and chose my university…

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Meet the Supes: Q&A with Erik Sutch

Q. What interested you in getting involved in music supervision? Did you always know you were going to be doing this? I started out wanting to be a composer and then realized I was more interested in pitching existing music and helping to get artists…

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Q&A with Keshia Chanté – 2017 Café Performer

Q. What’s your favourite sync moment of all time (in any piece of media)? Celine Dion’s “My Heart Will Go On” in Titanic really struck a cord. I remember the emotions I felt during that scene with such a chilling song. The whole thing was…

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