And here’s a new trailer.
Have so much hope for this great little movie…
production sound for film & TV
Talking about what production sound mixers do and why post sound is who I aim to please with Sound Supervisor Steve Borne who admirably covers the post production sound perspective.
Many thanks to Avid, Tekserve, and Gotham Sound and Communication, Inc for putting it together, and to Showtime Networks, Lionsgate and Nurse Jackie for making one of the best shows ever.
Dolby Presents: "The Sound of Your Story" at Sundance Film Festival 2013
Sunday, January 20, 2013
Intro by Ramzi Haidamus, Executive Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Dolby
Intro by Sid Ganis, Former President of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
Moderated by Glenn Kiser – Former Vice President and General Manager of Skywalker Sound
Ben Burtt (Lincoln, Star Wars, Wall•E, Indiana Jones, Star Trek)
Randy Thom (Flight, How to Train Your Dragon, Cast Away, Apocalypse Now)
Erik Aadahl (Argo, Tree of Life, Transformers: Dark of the Moon)
Will Files (Cloverfield, Star Trek Intro Darkness, Take Shelter)
Phil Benson – Executive in Charge of Skywalker Sound
Stuart Bowling – Senior Worldwide Technical Marketing Manager at Dolby
Locate a theater to experience Dolby Atmos at www.dolby.com
The SVA Theatre looks like a lovely, intimate 250-seat space.
As I hone my part of the presentation, see that it begins to focus on production sound’s relationship with post production and how we (can better) communicate.
Register for our (free) 1/19/13 gathering of the soundies here:
SVA Theatre • 333 West 23rd Street, NYC
Steve Borne, Supervising Sound Editor
Jan McLaughlin, CAS, Production Sound Mixer
What does it take to get clean, crisp dialogue that can be understood even against the background of a chaotic hospital?
Join Jan McLaughlin and Steve Borne in this special event to see how they do it for Showtime’s hit show Nurse Jackie.
Taking a close look at clips from the show, we’ll talk about the behind-the-scenes tools, techniques, and workflow processes used to create and finesse the audio of each scene – during both the production and post-production phases.
Afterwards, we’ll have some of the equipment used on-hand, so you can get a closer look, demo the tools you’re interested in, and ask any questions you may have.