The Professional Career and Output of Trevor Jones

Programme

In this section:

Friday 17 July

7.00-8.00pm: Composer Interview and Live Musical Performance

Ilan Eshkeri, in Conversation with Ian Sapiro

London-based film and television composer Ilan Eshkeri, whose list of credits includes Stardust (2007), The Young Victoria (2009), The Snowman and the Snowdog (2012) and Shaun the Sheep (2015), discusses his score for the 2014 film Still Alice, directed by Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland, and starring Julianne Moore. The session also includes live performance of parts of the score to illustrate the discussion and as a short concert ahead of a screening of the film.

Entry to this session and the screening that follows is not included in any of the conference ticket types.
A combined ticket to this pre-screening session and the following film can be purchased here.


8.00-9.45pm: Film Screening

Still Alice (2014)

Julianne Moore gives an Academy Award-, Golden Globe- and BAFTA-winning performance in Still Alice¬†as esteemed linguistics professor Alice Rowland, whose life unravels¬†when she develops early-onset Alzheimer’s Disease and begins to forget everyday words.

Entry to this screening and the interview session the precedes it is not included in any of the conference ticket types.
A combined ticket to this screening and the pre-screening interview and performance can be purchased here.

Saturday 18 July

9.30-10.00am: Registration (refreshments available)


10.00-11.30am: Paper Session 1

A Film Composer’s Toolkit: Researching Personal Collections of Italian Composers (Panel Session)

  • Angelo Francesco Lavagnino‚Äôs Musical Traces: One-way Journey to the Screen ‚Äď Alessandro Cecchi (University of Pisa)
  • Tapes and Electronic Sources in Gino Marinuzzi Jr.‚Äôs Personal Collection¬†‚Äď Maurizio Corbella (University of Milan)
  • Egisto¬†Macchi as Handyman¬†‚ÄstMarco Cosci (University of Pavia)
  • Industry and Craftsmanship in Popular Cinema: The Case of Vasili Kojucharov¬†‚Äď Alessandro Bratus (University of Pavia)

 11.30-12.00pm: Tea/coffee break


12.00-1.00pm: Paper session 2

Practical Considerations in the Management of AV Archives


 1.00-2.15pm: Lunch


2.15-3.15pm: Paper session 3

Copyright and Intellectual Property in AV Archives


3.15-3.30pm: Tea/coffee break


3.30-4.30pm: Paper session 4

Archival Study by Scholars and Composers


4.30-4.45pm: Short Break


4.45-5.15pm: Pre-Screening Session

The Music of In the Name of the Father (1993)

The¬†research¬†team for the AHRC-funded project¬†The Professional Career and Output of Trevor Jones draw on unique archival materials relating to Jones’s score for the 1993 film¬†In the Name of the Father. The various audio, video, textual and musical resources housed in the Trevor Jones Archive at the University of Leeds reveal aspects of the composer’s creative process as well as some of the underlying aesthetic and musical considerations that underpin the score.

This session and the screening that follows are free to delegates with a pass that includes Saturday.
A combined ticket to this pre-screening session and the following film can be purchased here.


5.15-7.45pm: Film Screening

In the Name of the Father (1993)

Directed by Jim Sheridan and with a score by Trevor Jones and songs by Bono and The Edge (U2),¬†In the Name of the Father¬†is based on¬†the story of the ‘Guildford Four’. Belfastian¬†Gerry Conlon (Daniel Day Lewis) and three of¬†his friends are falsely accused of the¬†bombing of the Guildford Pub in London in 1974, during the time of the troubles in Northern Ireland, with Gerry’s father Guiseppe¬†(Pete Postlethwaite) and other members of his extended family also charged¬†as accessories to the crime.

This screening and the session that precedes it are free to delegates with a pass that includes Saturday.
A combined ticket to this screening and the pre-screening session can be purchased here.


8.00pm: Conference Dinner

Three-course meal at Brasserie Blanc on Charlotte Street, with a free glass of wine on arrival. The deadline for booking a place for the dinner was Friday 10 July. The menu is available here.

Sunday 19 July

11.00-11.15am: Registration (refreshments available)


11.15am-12.45pm: Paper Session 5

History in the Archives


 12.45-1.45pm: Lunch


1.45-2.45pm: Paper session 6

AV Archives at the British Library


2.45-3.00pm: Tea/coffee break


3.00-4.30pm: Round-Table Discussion and Closing Plenary

  • Further details to be added in due course.

4.30pm: Conference close

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