Toronto’s Amy Fritz, founder of boutique music supervision and licensing services company Radar Music Group, has more than a hundred international film and television credits to her name, over 25 years, including The Go-Go’s, The Colour of Ink, Queens of the Qing Dynasty, Killing Patient Zero, Splice, and Bang Bang Baby. Upcoming releases for 2023 include Across The River and Into The Trees, Zombie Town, and Bam Bam: The Story of Sister Nancy.
Her personal, hands-on approach enables her to work closely with artists and composers to source songs and commission scores and build strong relationship with labels and publishers around the world to find the right songs for a project. “I thrive on collaboration,” Amy says. “That’s a huge part of this business, as well as interpreting people’s creative visions to be able to bring them to reality.”
Amy studied recording arts management at the Harris Institute for the Arts and got first job aiding a music supervisor in 1998. She was later hired as a music supervisor for Nelvana, where she produced soundtracks for 13 film and television projects. She next joined The Feldman Agency, where she rose to the ranks of director of music supervision, and agent for the company’s A-list composer roster. When Feldman closed its Toronto M.S. division, Amy struck out on her own, forming Radar Music Group