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Posts tagged ‘Sound-Design’

Bacardi

– Sound Design & Mix –

A short doc on bartender Steve Schneider. Part of Bacardi’s “Untameable” campaign.

• Crew: Cass Greener (Producer), Sean Dunne (Director) Kathy Gatto (Editor), Isaac Bauman (Cinematographer), David Nyman (Composer)

(update) In February 2015, it was announced that this video is a finalist for a British Arrow Award.

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Jonny Fritz – Goodbye Summer

– Sound-Design –

Jonny Fritz (previously going by Jonny Corndawg when we first met him back in 2011) is now an ATO Records recording artist with a new album (‘Dad Country’). When the “Goodbye Summer” video (shot MOS) needed the sound of fireworks, I was more than happy to help out.

Oxyana

-Post Production Sound Editing, Design & Mix-

Sean Dunne’s debut feature-length documentary, “Oxyana” is an intimate portrait of a small West Virginian town that has been fighting a losing battle with addiction to prescription pills.

“Oxyana” was selected to premiere in the World Documentary competition at the 2013 TriBeCa Film Festival on April 19th, 2013. It went on to win the prize for Best New Documentary Director as well as a Special Jury Mention for Best Documentary.

Watch the trailer for the film below.

 

The Atlantic magazine has a short excerpt from the film here.

Oxyana is available for rental/download on:

iTunes

Amazon

Vimeo On Demand

Press Links/Further Reading:

Thompson On Hollywood [Maggie Lange]

The Daily Beast [Marlow Stern]

The Hollywood Reporter [John DeFore]

Buzzfeed [Louis Peltzman]

Only In America With Larry The Cable Guy (Season Two Promo)

 – Mixing, Sound Design –

In the promo campaign for Season Two of “Only In America“, Larry The Cable Guy suits-up to do his best Evel Knievel impression. Presented here, is one of the 30-second cuts.

Top Gear (Season 2 Promo)

– Mixing, Sound Design, Music Editing –

The promo campaign for History Channel’s Top Gear (Season 2) was a lot of fun to work on, as the producers really wanted music and sound-design to take center stage (many of the shorter variations were music and sound-design only, no soundbites from the show). Below, you can see one of the 60-second broadcast spots.