Los Angeles, CA (September 15, 2020)—Mix Sound for Film & TV event has named Oscar-winning sound designer and film editor Walter Murch as its Day 1 Keynote speaker. Speaking at the two-day event, taking place September 25-26, 2020, Murch will discuss “The Role of Art and Technology.”
Set to begin at September 25 at 9:05 AM PST, the event will feature longtime journalist and supervising sound editor Larry Blake interviewing the dean of modern sound design, Walter Murch, who 50 years ago began his career on Francis Coppola’s Rain People. Murch continued working with the director on the soundtracks for The Conversation, Godfather I, II and III and Apocalypse Now. He won the rarest of double Oscars for Best Sound and for Best Film Editing on The English Patient. He is currently in London working on a documentary about the war in Iran.
Just Day One alone of the two-day event will also offer panels exploring post editorial during the shutdown; conversations with composers Will Bates (Hillary; Away) and Laura Karpman (Lovecraft Country; Why We Hate); The Sound of Greyhound; insight into sound creation on the upcoming high-profile sequels Ghostbusters: Afterlife and Venom: Let There Be Carnage; and lots more.
There is limited time remaining to secure your ticket. Registration closes at 5pm PT on September 24.
Mix Sound for Film & TV • https://www.mixsoundforfilm.com/2020