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Exclusive: Music giant to rep rights to Pulse’s originally commissioned film and TV music, TV shows in the works.
Sony/Atv Music Publishing has inked a deal to administer Pulse Films’ originally-commissioned film and TV music.
The rights tie-up between buzzed-about London-based outfit Pulse – producers of Gael Garcia Bernal doc Who is Dayani Cristal? and upcoming Nick Cave doc 20,000 Days on Earth – and music kingpin Sony/Atv, will include soundtrack rights to Pulse’s upcoming C4 First Cuts doc Payday directed by Fred Scott and Nick Davies (Fred & Nick), who made the Take That doc Look Back, Don’t Stare, and the score for a primetime series for a UK broadcaster, due to air next year.
At Sony/Atv, James Carslake and Jon Pugh will look to grow Pulse’s music publishing catalogue, and find creative opportunities for the company’s artists across their projects.
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Typically the films spotlighted in our Fund This Film column are found on Kickstarter or Indiegogo. This week, I’ve found a project to share that is conducting its crowdfunding efforts through the lesser-known site RocketHub. By “I’ve found,” I should point out that I was made aware of the film by a hometown acquaintance with a minor onscreen role, via his Facebook page. It’s a small connection that has even less bearing on my decision to showcase the project than the fact that Freaks and Geeks actor Samm Levine co-stars (he is the one cast member of that show who really needs to be in more stuff), but I like to offer full disclosure. The film in need is titled Sidewalk Traffic, and it’s written and directed by Anthony L. Fisher, whose past work on the short Reason TV documentary Abandoned in Guatemala: The Failure of International Adoption and the Groundhog Day-ish »
- Christopher Campbell
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