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January 18, 2005 
 
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BME will be well represented at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival
 
 
BME, which houses divisions for music publishing & production, music supervision, and talent representation services, will have its song catalogues and client roster highlighted at Sundance this year.  With Score and Song Placements in films such as the highly anticipated LONESOME JIM and the already acclaimed DRUM, the company will be visible at the event through the attendance of BME president (and Nashville Film Festival president) ALAN BREWER.  Scroll down to find out more.....
 
Multiple songs from the BME song catalogue are set throughout the film LONESOME JIM.  Directed by Steve Buscemi (Fargo, Big Fish, The Big Lebowski), the film stars Casey Affleck as Jim, who returns to his Indiana hometown, is forced to move in with his parents after failing to make it on his own, meets Anika (Liv Tyler) and starts to realize what separates winners and losers.  BME is proud of its role in this film, which has already generated a huge buzz prior to its debut at Sundance 2005.  Lonesome Jim is part of the InDigEnt Film series, which includes Ethan Hawke's "Chelsea Walls," Gary Winick's "Tadpole," and Richard Linklater's "Tape."
 

DRUM, which has been receiving rave reviews around the world, features a music score by BME composer/producer Cedric Samson.  A true story of a hot-shot journalist for Drum Magazine (played by Taye Diggs) swept up in a movement to challenge Apartheid in 1950's South Africa, this Armada Pictures feature is a natural to showcase Cedric's music.  Currently residing in South Africa, Cedric has scored films such as the Sidney Poitier feature Mandela & de Klerk, and has produced recording artists including Patti Labelle and George Benson, as well as Hugh Masekela and Miriam Makeba (both garnering him Grammy nominations).
 

BME President Alan Brewer will be attending this year's Sundance Film Festival.  As a music producer, Brewer has worked on a variety of films including The Burning and Monty Python's Secret Policeman's Private Parts, and with artists such as Pete Townshend, Ruben Blades and Sister Sledge.  In addition to supervising music for new film projects and producing a new artist for Curb/Asylum Records, Brewer is serving as this year's President of the Nashville Film Festival.  In its 36th season, NaFF is the only film festival in the United States where the winning feature automatically can qualify for Academy Award nomination.  Brewer will be meeting with filmmakers at Sundance this year in his capacity as NaFF president and to offer the songs and services of BME for future film projects.  Brewer can be contacted at 615-320-7555 and alan_brewer@BMEmusic.com.
  

 
To find out more about licensing BME's music for your films,
or about any of BME's talented Roster of artists, songwriters or producers,
visit our BME website and feel free to contact west coast VP Mason Cooper directly. 
 
 


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