THE SOUND OF STORY: PAUL DAVIES
AN EXPLORATION OF SOUND AND MUSIC IN STORYTELLING
18 NOVEMBER 2016
PART OF BRIGHTON'S CINECITY FILM FESTIVAL
Paul Davies is a speaker at The Sound of Story 2016: three days of talks, screenings, masterclasses and workshops.
Paul Davies is a supervising sound editor and sound designer. A graduate of the sound course at the National Film and Television School (NFTS), he has over 20 years experience working on a variety of film and television projects.
Working with directors as diverse as Lynne Ramsay, Steve McQueen, Stephen Frears and Anton Corbijn, his many credits include Ratcatcher, Hunger, The Queen, ’71, The American, We Need to Talk About Kevin, The Imposter, The Proposition, Red Riding 1980 and Southcliffe.
Paul is the current chair of the Association of Motion Picture Sound (AMPS). He is also a regular visiting tutor at the NFTS and has held masterclasses and workshops at Harvard, The Baltic Film School, The School of Sound, BAFTA and at the CPH:Dox festival in Copenhagen
Paul is a speaker at The Sound of Story: Symposium on 18 November.
Times: 11am – 6pm
Venue: Brighton Dome Studio, New Road, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 1UG (registration 10.30am)
Tickets: £35 / £20 (concession)
ABOUT THE SOUND OF STORY
The Sound of Story takes place over three days 17, 18, 19 November 2016. It is a series of talks, masterclasses, screenings and workshops featuring a stellar line-up of world-class sound professionals.
The Sound of Story is presented by Lighthouse, and supported by Creative Skillset ’s Film Skills Fund, which is funded by the BFI with National Lottery funds and through the Skills Investment Fund. It takes place during Brighton’s annual film festival, CINECITY, and is sponsored by Goldcrest and AMPS (Association of Motion Picture Sound).
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