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Tweetable Logline: A documentary on Kevin MacLeod, a composer who releases his music for free, so his work has ended up-EVERYWHERE. YouTube, Hollywood, porn…
Elevator Pitch: “Royalty Free: The Music of Kevin MacLeod” is a documentary on Kevin MacLeod, a composer who releases all his music for free (over 2,000 tracks), so his work has ended up in millions of YouTube videos, thousands of films including Martin Scorsese’s “Hugo,” an amusement park, cute cat videos, and porn among other odd places. He’s a legend among indie filmmakers and YouTubers and a known rebel in the composing world. How does he make all this music? Why does he release it for free? Do other composers like what he’s doing? Should others follow in his footsteps?
Ryan Camarda – Director / Producer
Ari Greenberg – Producer
Tomas Uhliarik – VFX Support
Current Status: Fundraising