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Listen to interviews with sound designers, directors, and musicians as Alfred Faber explores the role of sound in film and art.

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Listen to interviews with sound designers, directors, and musicians as Alfred Faber explores the role of sound in film and art.

    David France on Welcome to Chechnya

    David France on Welcome to Chechnya

    David France is a documentary filmmaker, writer and journalist in New York, whose directing credits include Oscar-Nominated How To Survive a Plague, The Death and Life of Marsha P Johnson, and last year's Welcome to Chechnya, the horrific story of the genocide of queer people in the Russian state of Chechnya.

    In this Skype interview we discussed his transition from journalism to film, how he ensured the anonymity of his subjects through ground-breaking VFX and ADR, and his working relationship with legendary mixer Lora Hirschberg, who has also worked on films such as The Dark Knight and Inception.

    Find out where you can watch Welcome To Chechnya here https://www.welcometochechnya.com/seefilm

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    • 33分
    Kate Simko - Underplayed

    Kate Simko - Underplayed

    Kate Simko is a composer in London who's worked across a wide variety of docos and fiction films as well as having had a long career as an EDM DJ. Her most recent work is on the documentary Underplayed, which explores the issue of the lack of female-identifying DJs and the history of women in electronic music.

    We chatted about the influence of her upbringing in the Chicago music scene, her career as a DJ, finding a sound palette that sat between the music styles of Underplayed's participants, and why there are so few women composers.

    Check her music at https://open.spotify.com/artist/2KXLSIzI7CY7AJg5ARUOSb?si=68tiq752Qb27zqtpJmt_XA

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    • 40分
    Aunty Donna - Director Max Miller and Composer Tom Armstrong

    Aunty Donna - Director Max Miller and Composer Tom Armstrong

    Aunty Donna are a 6-piece comedy group from Melbourne, Australia, who have worked across video, stage performance, and music. They are very, very, very funny people.
    In this episode I chatted to two of the members; filmmaker Max Miller and composer/sound designer Tom Armstrong, about their new Netflix original series, Aunty Donna's Big Ol' House of Fun. We talked about how Tom likes to get involved from the sketch writing phase, how Max converts live sketches to something cinematic, their work outside of Aunty Donna, and the alternate universe in which they might have made a Quibi series.

    Watch Aunty Donna's Big Ol' House of Fun now on Netflix, or follow their socials:
    Instagram: @theauntydonnagallery
    Twitter: @auntydonnaboys
    Facebook and Youtube: Aunty Donna

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    • 46分
    Glendyn Ivin from Quarantine

    Glendyn Ivin from Quarantine

    Glendyn Ivin is an Australian director of features such as Last Ride and Penguin Bloom, which just premiered at TIFF, as well as amazing TV shows such as The Cry, The Beautiful Lie, and Puberty Blues.

    I managed to have a Skype interview with him while he was stuck in a two week quarantine in a hotel in Sydney, and we had a really amazing chat about a massive range of topics; his background in documentary, passion for music, love of shooting with small crews and editing of bird sounds in Penguin Bloom.

    Watch his Palme D'or winning short here https://vimeo.com/8833777
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    Talking Relic with Natalie Erika James and Robert Mackenzie

    Talking Relic with Natalie Erika James and Robert Mackenzie

    In this episode I chat with Natalie Erika James and Robert Mackenzie, the director and sound designer of the hit Australian horror film Relic. In this Skype interview, we talked about the collaborative process of having a sound team working in 3 different cities, creating an extensive sample library before the edit, and how they created a sense of organic decay through the soundtrack.
    Relic is currently available in Australia on Stan and overseas on rental platforms.

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    • 35分
    Mixing Bladerunner - Ron Bartlett

    Mixing Bladerunner - Ron Bartlett

    Ron Bartlett is a re-recording mixer working at the Formosa Group in LA, with over 170 credits to his name, including Bladerunner 2049, Reservoir Dogs, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, Us, and the upcoming Dune film by Denis Villeneuve.
    In this Skype interview we chatted about his intro to sound through drumming, the experience of working on both Bladerunner films, and his memories of Quentin Tarantino as a young up-and-comer in the indie LA scene.

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    • 48分

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