Module 6: Making Waves by Director Midge Costin

Midge Costin has worked as a feature film sound editor and special effects editor on legendary blockbusters of the audio landscape (Armageddon, The Rock, Days of Thunder, Crimson Tide to name a few). Her debut documentary Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic sound is a history of the auditory journey of film. On this episode of Cinemascene, Midge shares her stories with Noel T. Manning II on WGWG.

Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound reveals the hidden power of sound in cinema and our lives through film clips, interviews, and verité footage. It captures the history, impact, and creative process of this art form with insightful, heart-warming and fun stories told by legendary directors such as George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, David Lynch, Barbra Streisand, Robert Redford, Ang Lee, Sofia Coppola, and Ryan Coogler, and the sound artists with whom they collaborate. Few have “ears to hear” the emotional storytelling impact sound plays in so-called visual media. Francis Ford Coppola and Lucas both declare, “Sound is half the movie!” Spielberg says, “Our ears lead our eyes to where the story lives.” Audiences will discover unsung artists and key sound creatives – Walter Murch (Apocalypse Now), Ben Burtt (Star Wars), Gary Rydstrom (Saving Private Ryan), Lora Hirschberg (Inception), Cece Hall (Top Gun), Anna Behlmer (Braveheart) – who create magic for all the movies we love.

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Provider

Gravitas

Rating

Unrated

Running time

1:34:47

Audio

English

Subtitle

English

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