Exklusive Screenings- Making Waves:The Art of Cinematic Sound

13.12., 14.12, 15.12.2019 Studio Kino

The film Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound proves that sound designers are also storytellers, characterising and emotionalising characters with their sounds and noises. Director Midge Costin is a sound designer herself and works as a professor of sound design at the USC School of Cinematic Art. In her film directors such as George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, David Lynch or Sofia Coppola explaine the importance of sound design for her films. She also brings together sound designers Walter Murch (The Conversation, Apokalypse Now!), Alan Splet (The Elephant Man), Ben Burtt (Star Wars, ET) and Gary Rydstrom (Toy Story, Jurassic Park). MediaSoundHamburg presents the film, which had its German premiere at the Filmfest Munich 2019, exclusively on three evenings at the Studio Kino, Bernstorffstraße 93-95 in Hamburg. “This film is a must for all film and music enthusiasts, it is a 90-minute master class and matches perfectly with our International Summer Academy for Film Music, Gamemusic and Sound Design in Hamburg, especially as some of our friends and former guests such as Ben Burtt are part of it,” says MediaSoundHamburg director Achim Esser-Mamat.


MediaSoundHamburg presents:
Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound
Fr., 13.12. 20.30 Uhr
Sa., 14.12. 20.30 Uhr
Su., 15.12. 20 Uhr
Studio Kino, Bernstorffstraße 93-95, 22767 Hamburg

Since 2011, national and international film composers, gamemusicians and sound designers have been meeting international industry professionals and renowned experts in Hamburg. In workshops, master classes and forums, participants work on concrete projects and receive new inspiration for their artistic work. Guests included Michael Nyman, Chris Huelsbeck, Randy Thom, Alva Noto, Michel van Dyke, Hauschka, Annette Focks and one of the film’s protagonists, Ben Burtt. MediaSoundHamburg is celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2020 and will take place from 11 to 16 August.

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