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SCL Screening: PATRIOTS DAY w/Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross
The Society of Composers and Lyricists Seminar: PATRIOTS DAYTHE SOCIETY OF COMPOSERS & LYRICISTS
Cordially invites SCL Members and one guest
to a screening of the CBS Films & Lionsgate film
The Society of Composers and Lyricists Screening: PATRIOTS DAY

Followed by a Q&A with

 Composers
TRENT REZNOR & ATTICUS ROSS

A reception will follow the Q&A

(Attendees must be 21+)

Friday, January 6th, 2017
2:30PM
London Hotel | Screening Room
1020 N San Vicente Blvd
West Hollywood, CA 90069


Complimentary Valet Parking

RSVP REGISTRATION REQUIRED THRU EVENTBRITE.
Please Click "ATTEND EVENT" Below.

 

RSVPs close 11:00AM Friday, January 6, or sooner if full.

No changes to your RSVP can be made after that time.

IMPORTANT:

  • Check-in begins 30 minutes prior to the event. No entry after the screening begins.
  • Seating is very limited. If you find you are unable to attend, you must cancel your reservation.
  • Once capacity is met, you will be placed on a wait list and informed of availability on the day of the event.
  • This invitation is for current SCL members plus one guest who will stay for BOTH the screening and Q&A. Seating is first-come, first-served. 
  • Please allow extra time for traffic, security, and check-in.
  • Your guest must be with you at check-in, no saving seats.
  • THIS INVITATION IS NON-TRANSFERABLE.
  • Screenings are overbooked due to no-shows.

Synopsis

An account of the Boston Marathon bombing and the intense aftermath, PATRIOTS DAY is the story of a community’s courage in the face of adversity. Celebrating the average citizens who became extraordinary heroes, this thriller starring Mark Wahlberg, Kevin Bacon, John Goodman, J.K. Simmons and Michelle Monaghan explores the untold story behind the hunt and capture of the bombers before they could carry out a second attack in New York City.

R / 133 min

The Society of Composers and Lyricists Seminar: PATRIOTS DAY - Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross  

Award winning singer/producer/multi-instrumentalist/composer, Trent Reznor has traversed the musical landscape. In the music world, he is well-known as the frontman of his industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails, characterized by his strong melodic pop instincts meshed with harsh electronic beats and traditional song lyrics. The band Nine Inch Nails have released eight studio albums including several multi-platinum albums. As a film composer, Reznor along with with long-time collaborator Atticus Ross have received critical acclaim, which is evident by them receiving an Oscar, a Golden Globe and a Grammy.

Reznor’s many collaborations include recording artists such as Marilyn Manson and Tori Amos. Most recently he has been working with long-time collaborator, film composer Atticus Ross, who had worked with Reznor on Nine Inch Nails albums’ Ghosts I-IV and The Slip. The two worked so well together they accepted an invitation from director David Fincher to write an original score for his film The Social Network. The soundtrack was released, and the pair won both an Oscar and a Golden Globe for their score. Again teaming with FincherReznor and Ross also wrote an original score for the American cinematic version of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo; the 39-track album won them a Grammy for Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media. Reznor reunited with Ross for the score to Fincher's adaptation of Gillian Flynn's novel Gone Girl.

Reznor and Ross returned in 2016, this time composing the scores for the Boston Marathon bombing movie Patriots Day and the National Geographic film Before the Flood, which featured collaborations with Gustavo Santaolalla and Mogwai. Before the Flood also features the song by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross “A Minute to Breathe.”


British composer/producer/programmer Atticus Ross has worked steadily since the mid-'90s, collaborating with Tim Simenon's Bomb the Bass and Barry Adamson as a programmer, and performing with his own band with wife Claudia Sarne12 Rounds. The duo's first album, Jitterjuice, was released by Polydor in the U.K., but they were dropped by the label the following year; however, Nine Inch NailsTrent Reznor signed them to his label Nothing Records, which released My Big Hero. This began a long collaboration between Ross and Reznor, which intensified when Ross moved to the U.S.; he earned production and programming credits on NIN's albums With Teeth, Year Zero, and The Slip, and co-wrote Ghosts I-IV as well. During this time, Ross also worked with Reznor on projects that included Zack de la RochaJane's Addiction, the ill-fated Tapeworm collective, and How to Destroy Angels, which also included Reznor's wife, former West Indian Girl member Mariqueen Maandig, as a member.

Outside of his work with ReznorRoss collaborated with Bad Religion's Brett Gurewitz in the band Error, which released a self-titled EP, and also did production and remixing work with artists including Joe BarresiCoheed and CambriaKornGrace Jones, and Telepathe over the years. Ross' first film music work was the score to the Hughes Brothers' television show Touching Evil, a collaboration with Sarne and his brother, Leopold Ross, but his big break was scoring the Hughes' movie The Book of Eli, which earned him a Discovery of the Year nomination at the World Soundtrack Awards. Later that year, Ross and Reznor collaborated on the score to David Fincher's The Social Network, and ultimately won that year's Golden Globe and Academy Awards for best original score. Ross and Reznor reteamed for Fincher's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and for the director's thriller Gone GirlRoss continued to garner high-profile scoring gigs on his own as well, including Love & Mercy, a biopic about the Beach BoysBrian Wilson. The following years saw more work from the composer, namely a credit on the composition team for Michael Mann's thriller Blackhat, and his score for the movie Triple 9, which he created alongside his brother Leopold RossClaudia Sarne, and U.K. electronic artist Bobby Krlic. The Ross brothers and Krlic collaborated again in 2016 for their soundtrack to Steve Hoover's documentary film Almost Holy. He returned later that year with a number of compositions on the collaborative soundtrack for Fisher Stevens and Leonardo DiCaprio's documentary about the impact of climate change, Before the Floodincluding the song “A Minute To Breathe.” The effort marked Ross' fourth soundtrack collaboration with Reznor as well as his first with revered composer Gustavo Santaolalla.

 

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FREE FOR SCL MEMBERS AND ONE GUEST

 
 
THE SOCIETY OF COMPOSERS & LYRICISTS (SCL)  is the non-profit premier organization for professional film, television, video game, and musical theater composers and lyricists, and those working in our industry such as orchestrators, arrangers, music supervisors, music agents, music attorneys, music editors, copyists, recording engineers, and related jobs, with a distinguished 70-year history in the fine art of creating music for visual media. Current SCL Members include the top creative professionals whose experience and expertise is focused on many of the creative, technological, legal, newsworthy and pressing issues of the film music, television music, game music, and musical theatre industry today.
 

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