Foley artist Sue Harding shows us how it's done
Foley artist Sue Harding shows us how it's done

THE SOUND OF STORY 2016: STORIFY

AN EXPLORATION OF SOUND AND MUSIC IN STORYTELLING


17, 18 & 19 NOVEMBER 2016
BRIGHTON


PART OF BRIGHTON'S CINECITY FILM FESTIVAL


For its second edition, The Sound of Story presented a three-day programme of stimulating talks, masterclasses, workshops and screenings featuring a stellar line-up of world-class sound professionals.

It was an incredible three days, full of inspiring conversations, new connections, and a lot of food for thought! Some of our guests hadn’t spoken publicly about their work before, so it was a great privilege to be able to share their stories and insights with our audience, and to help build bridges between practitioners working in different areas within sound, and/or at very different stages in their career.

Taking part were Ann Kroeber (Blue Velvet, Dead Poets Society), Catherine Hodgson (Atonement, Jane Eyre), and Jo Jackson (Long Walk to Freedom, Suffragette), Judi Lee-Headman AMPS (Homeland, The Bible), Larry Sider (Not Waving, But Drowning, Mirrormask, Street of Crocodiles), Paul Davies (Hunger, The Queen, ’71, We Need to Talk About Kevin), Neil Cargill and Simon James (Akiha Den Den), Martin Pavey (The Duke of Burgundy, High Rise, Kill List), Matthew Herbert (Life in a Day, Bodily Functions, One Pig), and Mike Brett (Notes on Blindness), Sue Harding (I, Daniel Blake, The Imitation Game, Les Misérables).

Here’s the story as it happened, as told by you, us, and the speakers.


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