Sound Supervisor Richard King - Conversations with Sound Artists - Season 3
Three-time Academy Award winning sound supervisor Richard King discusses his remarkable collaboration with the director Christopher Nolan, which began with The Prestige and has continued through this summer’s Dunkirk. Richard talks about creating the sirens of the German dive-bomber planes, and addresses some of the controversies of Nolan’s mixes. He also touches on working with other directors including Paul Thomas Anderson, Sam Shepard, and Nicolas Roeg. Richard also answers questions from other sound designers.
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In this series of six episodes, we focus on the long-time collaboration of some of the leading directors and their sound supervisors working today. These remarkable directors talk about the importance of sound to the films, and how they work with sound design and music.