Industrial Media – Analysis and Reflection 3 – Q 4 Sight and Hearing

R.Bresson, Notes on the Cinematographer, 1986, London: Quartet A sound must never come to the rescue of an image, nor an image to the rescue of a sound Bresson’s brief, succinct quotes are great for provoking relfection on how filmmakers use sound and image. Coming from a scriptwriting and painting background words and image have … More Industrial Media – Analysis and Reflection 3 – Q 4 Sight and Hearing

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Industrial Media – Analysis and Reflection 2 – Q 1 Drama analysis

Sound Design I want to start this reflection on some key points from two chapters in S. Alten’s book Audio in Media with a great quote by Kurasowa: ‘The most exciting moment is the moment when I add the sound …[then] I tremble’ (Alten p.4) This really captures the magic that can happen when sound is … More Industrial Media – Analysis and Reflection 2 – Q 1 Drama analysis

Industrial Media – Analysis and Reflection 2 – Q 2 Clown Train review

Clown Train This six minute film creates tension from the opening frame and continues to build the tension throughout with the creative use of sound, colour, framing and shot construction. The sound contributes to this in a number of ways using both diegetic and non-diegetic sound. The film opens on a black screen accompanied by … More Industrial Media – Analysis and Reflection 2 – Q 2 Clown Train review