The Professional Career and Output of Trevor Jones

Programme

In this section:

Monday 20 June

10.00-10.30am: Registration. Refreshments (tea, coffee, pastries) available until 11am


10.30-11.00am: Welcome and Conference Introduction

A welcome from the conference committee and overview of the conference ahead of the first session.


11.00am-12.30pm: Session 1

Session 1a (Chair: Carlo Cenciarelli)

Session 1b: Panel – Documentary Film Music (Chair: David Cooper)

  • Sonic Elongation: Creative Soundscapes in Documentary Feature Film – Holly Rogers (Goldsmiths)
  • Music Revising History: New Meaning, Old Documentaries – K.J. Donnelly (University of Southampton)

12.30-1.30pm: Lunch

Provided for conference delegates.


1.30-3.00pm: Session 2 (Chair: Vasco Hexel)


3.00-3.30pm: Tea/Coffee Break

Light refreshments available.


3.30-4.30pm: Session 3

Session 3a (Chair: Ian Sapiro)

Session 3b (Chair: Kevin Donnelly)


4.30-6.00pm: Break

Delegates should make their way to the the Everyman Cinema (Screen 3), Trinity Leeds Level 4, Albion Street, Leeds, LS1 5AY for a film screening.


6.00-8.30pm: Screening with Talk (Everyman Cinema Screen 3, Trinity Leeds)Everyman Cinemas Logo

Richard III (dir. Richard Loncraine, 1996)

2016 not only marks 20 years since the release of the Richard Loncraine’s adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Richard III, but also the 400th anniversary of the playwright’s death.

The screening will be preceded by a short presentation by the Trevor Jones film-music project team, using materials from the Jones archive to explore the music for the picture.

This event is free for conference delegates with passes that include Monday; entry for others: £7.

Tuesday 21 June

9.00-9.30am: Registration. Refreshments (tea, coffee, pastries) available until 9.30am


9.30-11.00am: Session 4

Session 4a (Chair: Guido Heldt)

Session 4b (Chair: Sarah Hall)


 11.00-11.30am: Tea/coffee break


11.30am-12.30pm: Session 5

Session 5a (Chair: Miguel Mera)

Session 5b (Chair: Catherine Haworth)


 12.30-1.30pm: Lunch

Provided for conference delegates.


1.30-3.00pm: Session 6

Session 6a (Chair: Ben Winters)

Session 6b (Chair: Holly Rogers)


3.00-3.30pm: Tea/coffee break


3.30-4.30pm: Session 7

Session 7a (Chair: Dave Ireland)

Session 7b: Panel – Less Is More?: Minimalist Music at the Movies (Chair: Rebecca Fülöp)

  • ‘They Being Dead Yet Speaketh’: Minimalist Music and the Resurrection of the Silent Film – Pwyll Ap Siôn (Bangor University)
  • Spiritual Minimalism as Music of Hope in Paolo Sorrentino’s The Great Beauty (2013) – Michael Baumgartner (Cleveland State University)

4.30-5.00pm: Break


5.00-6.00pm: Wine Reception

Details TBC.


6.00-7.00pm: Break

Delegates booked to attend the conference dinner should make their way to the venue.


7.00pm: Conference Dinner

Gusto Leeds City Centre, 10 Greek Street, LS1 5RU. Click here for a walking route from the School of Music. Please note that the conference dinner must be booked in advance. The menu is available here.

Wednesday 22 June

9.00-9.30am: Registration. Refreshments (tea, coffee, pastries) available until 9.30am


9.30-11.00am: Session 8

Session 8a: Panel – CG Symphonies: The Contemporary Animated Film Soundtrack Through the Lens of Three Key Studios (Chair: Laura Anderson)

  • Dancing Raindrops and a Singing Teapot: Disney’s Love Affair with the Musical – Susan Smith (University of Sunderland)
  • Now That’s What I Call Shrek: Popular Song as Intertext in DreamWorks Animation – Sam Summers (University of Sunderland)
  • Music and Emotional Expressivity: The Original Film Score in Pixar Animation – Michael Shaftoe (University of Sunderland)

Session 8b (Chair: Annette Davison)


 11.00-11.30am: Tea/coffee break


11.30am-12.30pm: Session 9 (Chair: Danijela Kulezic-Wilson)

Original Scores


 12.30-1.30pm: Lunch

Provided for conference delegates.


1.30-3.00pm: Round Table Session

Whose Line is it Anyway? – Copyright Clearance in Screen-Music Studies

This round-table session led by Dr Vasco Hexel (Royal College of Music) and Dr Ian Sapiro (University of Leeds) aims to highlight the current state of copyright as it is applied to and upheld in academic publishing on film-music subjects. Copyright holders seem ill-at-ease, publishers are fearful of litigation and so-called fair usage is not easily settled. A brief introduction of some recent cases will facilitate an open discussion amongst the audience.


3.00-3.30pm: Tea/coffee break


3.30-4.00pm: Plenary Discussion

Future directions, and reflections on the conference.


4.00pm: Conference close

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