Looking to explore the intersectionality between music and film?  How about sharpening your knowledge on what exactly a Music Supervisor does? Ever wonder how publishing works? Everton Lewis Jr. will be providing a workshop on all those things and more including the following topics: 

 

-What is a Music Supervisor?

-How does licensing work? What territories should artists get their music licensed in?

-How to go independent?

-How to get your music placed in films, tv, and commercials?

-What's the difference between in context promo and out of context promo?

-What do you think is the potential impact of NFTS on music and film?

Title: Music & Film 101

Date: New sessions in 2023

Time: To be announced

Location: Zoom link will be sent to you prior to the event.

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Everton Lewis Jr.

Everton Lewis Jr. is an industry veteran and the go to music supervisor for the hottest and most dynamic music syncs in the business. Over the past ten years, he’s forged his way as a thought leader and built an extensive rolodex of A List music industry connections. He created his own lane when he founded and launched EH! SIDE Music Supervision - a company solely dedicated to Canadian music syncs.

 
Following the success of EH! SIDE, Everton, Jr. took on the role as Head Music Supervisor at VICE Canada where he ran the Canadian music department and worked on projects including Dark Side of the Ring, It's Suppertime w/ Matty Matheson, Rat Park, Tattoo Age, Post Radical w/ Rick McCrank and Mr. Tachyon w/ Director X.  

 

He’s known for having a potent combination of creativity and charisma that makes the most of budgets big and small. Today, Everton, Jr has returned to music supervision on his own terms and runs his own company, Wracket Music Supervision Inc. with most recent projects CBC's Anyone's Game, YO! MTV Maps and Amazon Prime's: All or Nothing