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Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross will talk about their work on the score for David Fincher‘s Gone Girl, Reznor’s work with Nine Inch Nails and more as part of the keynote Q&A at the 2014 Billboard/Hollywood Reporter Film & TV Music Conference on Wednesday.
You can watch the livestream here of the chat, moderated by Shirley Halperin, Hollywood Reporter and Billboard music editor, starting at 11:30 a.m. PT.
Reznor and Ross worked together previously on the scores for The Social Network and Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. The music in The Social Network earned Reznor an Academy Award, which he presumably stashes near the Grammys he earned for his music with Nine Inch Nails. Recently, Reznor has been involved with Beats Music as chief content officer, and he’s also working with Apple, which recently acquired the Beats service.
In addition to working with Reznor, Ross has made music for TV shows and films, including the score for Days of Grace, Broken City and the not-yet-released movie about the Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson titled Love and Mercy.
The Billboard/Hollywood Reporter Film & TV Conference, in its 12th year, takes place Nov. 5-6 and touches on a wide range of topics related to the role of music in film and television. It connects journalists, music supervisors, composers, directors, music editors, songwriters and producers in the business.
See the rest of the conference schedule here.
This story first appeared on Billboard.com.
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