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June 8, 2021 @ 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm PDT
DRUM & LACE
MODERATED BY LOLITA RITMANIS (Composer)
Screening Link available upon Registration
YouTube Live Stream Q&A:
Tuesday, June 8, 3:00PM PT
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Drum & Lace is an Italian composer, sound artist, and performer that writes and creates music for film and media. Inspired by interesting sounds and cinematic elements, Drum & Lace melds together sampled field recordings and lush layers of synths to create densely textural and beat-heavy music. Her ambient and chamber work also gathers great inspiration from nature and natural sounds. Her composition work includes writing for film, TV, dance, theater, fashion, and commercials.
Her feature-length film scoring credits include fashion documentary The First Monday in May, HBO documentary At The Heart of Gold- Inside the USA Gymnastics Scandal, upcoming noir-thriller Deadly Illusions, and documentary The Penny Black. Television credits include AppleTV+ Original Series Dickinson and season 3 of the NBC series Good Girls. Notable other composition projects include music for NARS, Always, Tanya Taylor, Girls Who Code, and Squarespace as well as ongoing collaborations with theatrical production company Saudade Theatre and Heidi Duckler Dance. Drum & Lace’s performance work often includes sound installation and spatial audio elements, at events such as The Echo Society VI: Family (Los Angeles, CA), Pink Privacy installation at Pulse Art Fair 2018 / Art Basel (Miami Beach, FL), a quadraphonic interactive performance at DTLA Los Angeles Public Library’s Taper Auditorium with Suzanne Ciani (Los Angeles, CA), Moogfest 2019 (Durham, NC) and ‘semi songs’ Live LA (Los Angeles, CA). Her 2020 releases include Further EP, a new work composed for contemporary dance that features field recordings, electronics, and strings performed by the London Contemporary Orchestra (LCO). Further was released on June 5, 2020.
Ian Hultquist is an American composer & producer who has made a name for himself composing the scores for numerous films, documentaries, and TV shows. Ian started his career in music as a founding member of the band Passion Pit, which started in Boston, MA where he was studying Film Scoring at Berklee College of Music. He spent many years touring around the world & honing his production skills as a Music Director and working on remixes for artists such as Portugal the Man, Imagine Dragons, Tegan & Sara and OK GO. In 2014 he, along with his wife & fellow composer Sofia Hultquist (aka Drum & Lace), relocated to Los Angeles in order to fully dedicate himself to working in music for film.
He has built a lasting working relationship with renowned directors in the film & documentary world such as Andrew Rossi (Ivory Tower, The First Monday in May) Erin Lee Carr (Mommy Dead & Dearest) & Alistair Legrand (Clinical). In 2018, Ian had four feature films released theatrically including Love & Bananas: An Elephant Story, The Gospel According to André, A-X-L,and Assassination Nation. Other recent projects include Yes, God, Yes, I Love You, Now Die: The Commonwealth v. Michelle Carter, Tricky Dick, At the Heart of Gold: Inside the USA Gymnastics Scandal, Los Ultimos, the Netflix horror filmRattlesnake, Apple TV+ series Dickinson(co-scored with Drum & Lace), After Truth: Disinformation and the Cost of Fake News, How to Fix a Drug Scandal, and season 3 of NBC’sGood Girls(co-scored with Drum & Lace). Hultquist is preparing to reunite with Collin Schiffli on his new feature Die in a Gunfight.
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Attendees will be emailed a Screening Link upon Registration and a Q&A YouTube Live Stream link on Tuesday, June 8, 10 minutes before Q&A start.
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