Updated: Mar 11, 2020
The Memphis Music Banq (MMB) Mixers powered by On Location: Memphis are back in 2020 with a new twist. The new Making of Film Series highlights the filmmakers. The public is invited to attend and watch a short film and then join the filmmaker, cast, crew and film music creators as they share the story of how the film was made. This is another opportunity for film and music creators to come together, network and share best practices. MMB music publishers will also be available to answer any questions about licensing music.
March Featured Filmmakers:
Clarence Scott, Jr. and Victoria “VA” Jones April Featured Filmmaker:
Kimel Fryer 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. March 23, 2020: Highlighting filmmakers Clarence Scott, Jr. and Victoria “VA” Jones April 20, 2020:
Highlighting filmmaker Kimel Fryer Memphis Slim Collaboratory 1130 College St Memphis, TN 38106 (901) 590-4591 MORE INFO: This is a FREE event. RSVP for your complimentary admission:
If you need music for your film project, submit that information for that evening’s mixer announcements to
Free street parking available to all attendees. For more information, please follow our social media below or please contact Christie Taylor at
or leave a message at 901-730-6220. On Location Memphis: Twitter @OnLocationMEM, Facebook: @onlocationMEM, and YouTube: @OnLocationMemphis ABOUT CLUBBIN’: It’s a party going on. What’s the worst that could possibly happen? Clubbin’ is a short film written by Clarence Scott, Jr. and Victoria “VA”Jones starring John Miller as “James” and Byron Allen as “Cooper.” The short film focuses on a late night gathering where one unfortunate mishap after another occurs.
ABOUT ON LOCATION: MEMPHIS: On Location: Memphis is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization originally formed in 1997 as Memphis Film Forum by Michael C. Harwood. Our mission is to use business opportunities to educate members of the film, music and arts community to stimulate economic development. Throughout the year, we host film and music related events to support our programs such as the On Location: Memphis Music and Film Festival which has been the backbone of our organization. From the beginning, the festival has featured a rich variety of regional, American, and international films. For more information visit, www.onlocationmemphis.org
ABOUT THE MEMPHIS MUSIC BANQ:
The Memphis Music Banq (MMB) is a music licensing platform designed as an economic driver for music creators in Tennessee. This program was developed by On Location: Memphis, to educate music creators on how to protect and prepare their content to generate income through licensing opportunities. In the MMB you will find music for your television, film, You-Tube, radio, corporate, or any other visual media project. Our music is of high-quality, legally sound and reasonably priced. For more information, visit memphismusicbanq.com
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