Film + Music Conference 2018 is in the books and there are around 500 freshly inspired, rejuvenated, and well-connected creatives making an impact on the world this week. It was an experience filled with meaningful conversations and creative inspiration — and just reflecting on it is already making us pumped for next year.
Creatives from around the world joined us for two days of keynotes, breakouts, concerts, and so much more. This year’s attendance was more diverse than ever, with hundreds of people in several different industries, from advertising and production companies to indie filmmaking and content creation. We met hundreds of new friends, caught up with some old ones, and got to hear about the crazy-cool projects everyone is dreaming up. Seeing these connections in real life is the high point for our year and we can’t wait to see what will happen in the future.
Overall, there’s so much to cover from the conference that we’re not even going to try. From keynotes and breakouts to the afterparty and kickoff party, it was an experience packed with unforgettable moments. So, instead check out some photos below and start planning your trip to join us next time — if this year is any indication, you won’t want to miss it.
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In February, we announced that we were giving away a free song for your reel — no questions asked, no purchase necessary. Well, it’s safe to say it went over pretty well. We’ve seen so many incredible reels from the film community (more on that later) and great feedback on how a free song can really make the difference for highlighting your work. So, we’ve decided to kick it up a notch... Read More
The wait is over! Today we’re proud to announce Musicbed subscriptions. Now, for the first time, get unlimited music from the artists you know and love for one monthly or yearly fee. It’s a revolutionary take on the subscription model, giving filmmakers and creatives full access to real, emerging indie artists and leading composers. This is not a royalty-free... Read More