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ASCAP will host a panel discussion with Oscar-winning composer Steven Price to close out the 2014 Billboard and Hollywood Reporter Film and TV Music Conference being held Nov. 5 and 6 on the Universal Studios lot in Universal City, Calif.
The interview, helmed by Jeff Jernigan, director of film & TV music, ASCAP, will focus heavily on Price’s intense score for David Ayer‘s new war film, Fury.
Price will also discuss the year-long process of crafting the music for Gravity, which won him best original score at the Academy Awards in March. His previous credits include the 2013 sci-fi comedy The World’s End and the 2011 indie Attack the Block.
The Sound and the Fury: A Conversation With Steven Price” — presented by ASCAP — takes place Nov. 6 from 5:45 to 6:45 p.m., after which the conference will come to an end.
Prior to Price’s interview there will be a viewing of ASCAP’s 100th birthday film Why We Create Music, featuring top ASCAP composers and songwriters illuminating the impact and importance of music creators.
Before the two days of panels, the Billboard/THR conference officially kicks off Nov. 4 with a special advance screening of Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me that will be followed by a Q&A with director James Keach and members of the country legend’s family.
To register for the conference, visit billboardevents.com/filmtv.
This story first appeared on Billboard.com.
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