If you’re like me and hunkered down for over 3 hours to watch The Irishman, you probably enjoyed the hell out of it-especially as a Scorsese fan. Over the last decade, the ‘de-aging’ tech/vfx used in cinema has gotten better and better. Martin Scorsese wanted to use real lighting, no mo cap suits, no tracking dots, and allow the actors the freedom to improvise and … Continue reading The Irishman’s New Tech
Are you obsessed with Baby Yoda like the rest of the internet (sorry places outside of the U.S.)? Have you wondered what makes up its adorable little noises? Turns out, it’s not just baby coo’s. Well, Supervising Sound Editor for The Mandalorian, Matthew Wood posted on Twitter the real answer. A “combination of baby samples, bat-eared foxes, kinkajous, and the sound design vocal talents of … Continue reading What sounds make up Baby Yoda?
Have you ever noticed a white square or light reflected in actor’s glasses or sunglasses? To some, it’s distracting. According to Steve Yedlin (Knives Out Cinematographer) on Twitter, Key Grip Matt Mania decided to change it up a bit. Neat! Also, I highly recommend this movie especially if you’re a fan of those old fashioned whodunnits, Agatha Christie, and Clue. Continue reading Knives Out’s ‘Subtle Art’
A recent article by The Hollywood Reporter stated that there maybe a possible consolidation of the Sound Editing and Sound Mixing Oscars categories. What are your thoughts on this? Continue reading Possible Consolidation of Sound Editing and Sound Mixing Oscars?
I spoke to some film freshman from my old college, today and a student asked: “What keeps you motivated in a profession that fluctuates so much? Where you’re working job to job with long gaps between them?” Oof, hitting hard with those questions at 7:30AM. For me, it’s hard to put into words. I love films. I love watching them, I love making them, the … Continue reading What Keeps You Motivated?