Right in time for Halloween, Rich Bologna from our Warner Bros. Sound New York team was recently interviewed by Post Perspective’s Patrick Birk regarding his work on Halloween Kills.
The mixers’ result was “supercharged,” leaving the director speechless, able to omit only the word “Wow,” a single word which abridges the volumes which could be used to describe the talent of Lievsay, Bologna, and the entire Judas and the Black Messiah team.
Soundworks Collection featured our Warner Brothers PPCS sound talent who worked on Director Aaron Sorkin’s new film, The Trial of the Chicago 7. Read more…
George Haddad, who is a MPSE award-winner and 7 time Emmy nominated supervising sound editor led the sound team for Sweet Tooth at Warner Bros. Post Production Creative Services.
The latest A Sound Effect article features our Warner Bros. PPCS sound talent who worked on the newest Conjuring film. Now in theaters and streaming on HBO Max.
To inspire their take on the 1968 riots around the Democratic National Convention, Tondelli introduced Slater to Haskell Wexler’s 1969 drama Medium Cool.
The Right Stuff series from National Geographic on Disney+ — based on the homonymous bestseller by Tom Wolfe — recounts the early days of the U.S. Space Program and examines the lives of America’s first astronauts, the Mercury Seven. Here, Emmy-winning supervising sound editor Walter Newman talks about creating the show’s 1960s era-authentic-and-NASA-approved sound.
Brent Findley was recognized on POST PERSPECTIVE for his work on “Ted Lasso.” Check out the full article here “Crafting Sound Design for Apple TV+’s Ted Lasso,” by Patrick Birk. https://loom.ly/fMwVe8k
We are happy to share a feature that was written on The Wrap of Brent Findley and his work on “Ted Lasso.” The article is titled: “Why ‘Ted Lasso’ Sound Editor Learned to Love Actors’ Messy Closets,” and was written by Joe McGovern. Read it here: https://loom.ly/08tACkY Congrats again to Brent Findley on this feature!
Our very own Supervising Sound Editor, Brent Findley was recently featured on The Credits for his work on “Ted Lasso.” You can read the full article “Supervising Sound Editor on Capturing the Sound of Ted Lasso Remotely,” by Mark London Williams here: https://loom.ly/gbZJsGE