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Reel to Reel: The Greatest Hits

 ALL TICKET BUYERS WILL RECEIVE A GREATEST HITS DOUBLE LP VINYL

The GRAMMY Museum is thrilled to host a special screening of Searchlight Picture’s The Greatest Hits followed by a post-screening panel moderated by KCRW’s Elvis Mitchell with Ryan Lott of Son Lux, director Ned Benson, and music supervisor Mary Ramos.

ABOUT THE GREATEST HITS

Harriet (Lucy Boynton) finds art imitating life when she discovers certain songs can transport her back in time – literally. While she relives the past through romantic memories of her former boyfriend (David Corenswet), her time travelling collides with a burgeoning new love interest in the present (Justin H. Min). As she takes her journey through the hypnotic connection between music and memory, she wonders – even if she could change the past, should she? 

ABOUT RYAN LOTT

Ryan Lott is a composer, producer, and performer. In 2007, Ryan founded Son Lux, releasing music that “works at the nexus of several rarely-overlapping Venn Diagrams” (Pitchfork). In 2014, Son Lux became a trio, both live and on record, with the additions of guitarist-composer Rafiq Bhatia and drummer Ian Chang. Their latest studio release is an album trilogy called Tomorrows, released in full in 2021. As a band, Son Lux scored the 2023 Best Picture Winner Everything Everywhere All at Once, which earned them a BAFTA and Academy Award nomination, with a second Academy Award nomination for their end-credit song collaboration with Mitski and David Byrne.

An avid collaborator in dance, Lott has worked with choreographers Stephen Petronio, Gina Gibney, Kyle Abraham, and Jodie Gates, along with companies The Royal Ballet, Ballet de Lorraine, National Dance Company of Wales, and BalletX. His feature film scores include The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby (2014), Paper Towns (2015), and Mean Dreams (2017), and arrangements for several others, most notably the iconic sci-fi film Looper (2012), for which Ryan was also pianist and instrument designer.

He is frequently commissioned by new music ensembles, including eighth blackbird (Lott contributed to their GRAMMY-winning 2015 release Filament), GRAMMY winners Third Coast Percussion, and yMusic, who enlisted Lott to compose their entire 2017 release First. Other recent commissions include an arrangement of “Peace Like A River” for Paul Simon, and a new orchestral work, “The Swift & the Storm,” for the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. He has several releases under his own name, including the learning structures cycle and the original Tell Me Why game soundtrack, heralded as “the new gold standard for trans characters in games.”

ABOUT NED BENSON

Writer director Ned Benson’s directorial debut feature, The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby, starring Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy and Viola Davis premiered at Cannes’ Un Certain Regard and the Toronto International Film Festival, ahead of its theatrical release in 2014. In the same year, Variety named Benson as one of their 10 Screenwriters to Watch. Benson, who also served as a writer on Black Widow has a number of film projects in development. A graduate of Columbia University, Benson’s work has been selected for the Blacklist twice.

ABOUT MARY RAMOS

Award winning Music Supervisor Mary Ramos has helped create thoughtful and compelling musical identities for over 100 films in nearly 30 years – for blockbuster features, award-winning independents, passionate documentaries, and episodic television. She’s worked on GRAMMY nominated soundtracks and won two Guild of Music Supervisors Awards for

Django Unchained and Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood. And while she might be best known for her work with Quentin Tarantino through the years – her eclectic range of projects also includes: Happy Gilmore, South Park, Chef Aid, Cate Blanchett’s Mrs. America, Kerry Washington & Reese Witherspoon’s Little Fires Everywhere, Dennis Lehane’s Black Bird, Aaron Sorkin’s Being the Ricardos, and the second season of RZA’s Wu-Tang: An American Saga among many others. She recently spent a year at Searchlight Pictures as VP of Creative Film Music – collaborating with Directors on a diverse slate of films including Night Bitch, The Greatest Hits (SxSW ’24), Suncoast (Sundance ’24), and BAFTA ’24 nominee All of Us Strangers.

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Show Time: 7:00pm

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