Direct Music Placement - Where's George?

Posted by:  ToeMoss Productions


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ABI Productions, EyeFull Tower films, and ToeMoss Productions are currently seeking original music and songs to be used in a locked period piece (1999) feature film called “Where’s George”. The producers of this project have worked on feature films, commercials, reality shows and documentaries.

Selected artists will receive a flat licensing fee for their song(s).

The music Supervisor is looking for a variety of music for different scenes. You can watch the video below to see different clips from the movie with “music temps” cut in. Music temps are songs that match the vibe the supervisor wants for each scene. For instance, the first scene is labeled “opening titles” and the supervisor needs something snappy with beats.

This project will be headed straight to the festival circuit. Please note that songwriters retain ownership over their materials, and that this is a basic flat fee license. As is standard in this type of agreement, there will not be royalty payments. However songwriters will be compensated a flat fee for each track used, given full screen credit, and provided with a copy of the finished product. If a soundtrack album is produced, artists selected through Sonicbids will be given preference and will receive appropriate royalties for albums sold.

Thomas Harrigan is the Music Supervisor as well as the Producer. You can see his resume at

Film summary: One night, one city, one stripper, one hooker, one cop, 35 guys, one jerk, one drummer, one artist, 25 lives, 18 stories, 1 film, 1 dollar. A clip from "Where's George?" More info about the movie can be found at