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The Empowerment of Sound

David Lewis Yewdall

David Lewis Yewdall, MPSE is a veteran sound editor who has worked on over 100 feature films and TV series. He is currently Filmmaker-in-Residence at North Carolina School of the Arts. He is also the author of FILM - The Practical Art of Motion Picture Sound. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Practical Art of Motion Picture Sound

Focal Press, 1999

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... The Empowerment of Sound “It’s probably not a good idea to come into this room and hear this demo—because after I finish, you will belong to me.” David Lewis Yewdall MPSE (playfully teasing clients who are not empowered by the art of sound...

Our Amateur Beginnings

David Lewis Yewdall

David Lewis Yewdall, MPSE is a veteran sound editor who has worked on over 100 feature films and TV series. He is currently Filmmaker-in-Residence at North Carolina School of the Arts. He is also the author of FILM - The Practical Art of Motion Picture Sound. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Practical Art of Motion Picture Sound

Focal Press, 1999

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... Our Amateur Beginnings When I was in junior high school, I had to stay home for several weeks because of a contagious illness. My father had an old office 1/4v audiotape machine with a simple omnidirectional microphone that was really only...

Success or Failure

David Lewis Yewdall

David Lewis Yewdall, MPSE is a veteran sound editor who has worked on over 100 feature films and TV series. He is currently Filmmaker-in-Residence at North Carolina School of the Arts. He is also the author of FILM - The Practical Art of Motion Picture Sound. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Practical Art of Motion Picture Sound

Focal Press, 1999

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... Success or Failure: Before the Camera Even Rolls “If you prep it wrong, you could find yourself in a win-win-lose situation.” The success or disappointment of your final soundtrack is decided by you, before the cameras even roll, even...

Theories Proper and Improper

Catherine Constable

Catherine Constable is Senior Lecturer in Film Studies at Sheffield Hallam University, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Thinking in Images : Film Theory, Feminist Philosophy and Marlene Dietrich

British Film Institute, 2005

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...I suggested in the introduction that the current crisis in film theory has provoked a range of responses: from the premature announcement of the death of theory to the promotion of new forms of theorising. This chapter will focus on four...

The Challenging Battlefield of Production

David Lewis Yewdall

David Lewis Yewdall, MPSE is a veteran sound editor who has worked on over 100 feature films and TV series. He is currently Filmmaker-in-Residence at North Carolina School of the Arts. He is also the author of FILM - The Practical Art of Motion Picture Sound. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Practical Art of Motion Picture Sound

Focal Press, 1999

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... The Challenging Battlefield of Production “I’m sorry, David, but the #$%*!ing director won’t give me two minutes to slap a couple of wireless mics on the actors, and there’s no room in the #$%*ing office for my boom man, so I had to stick...

Dialog Editors

David Lewis Yewdall

David Lewis Yewdall, MPSE is a veteran sound editor who has worked on over 100 feature films and TV series. He is currently Filmmaker-in-Residence at North Carolina School of the Arts. He is also the author of FILM - The Practical Art of Motion Picture Sound. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Practical Art of Motion Picture Sound

Focal Press, 1999

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... Dialog Editors Hollywood’s Unsung Heroes “Good dialog editing is like a form of magic—you carefully weave the tracks like a sleight-of-hand to create an illusion transparency. If you do your job right, nobody notices what you’ve done...

The Sound Librarian

David Lewis Yewdall

David Lewis Yewdall, MPSE is a veteran sound editor who has worked on over 100 feature films and TV series. He is currently Filmmaker-in-Residence at North Carolina School of the Arts. He is also the author of FILM - The Practical Art of Motion Picture Sound. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Practical Art of Motion Picture Sound

Focal Press, 1999

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... The Sound Librarian The Curator of an Audio Empire “The best chefs collect the best ingredients before they start cooking—and the best sound editors approach sound effects the same way. Recording fresh sounds and building a library of them...

The Rerecording Stage

David Lewis Yewdall

David Lewis Yewdall, MPSE is a veteran sound editor who has worked on over 100 feature films and TV series. He is currently Filmmaker-in-Residence at North Carolina School of the Arts. He is also the author of FILM - The Practical Art of Motion Picture Sound. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Practical Art of Motion Picture Sound

Focal Press, 1999

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... The Rerecording Stage Predubbing and the Final Mix “Rolling the first rehearsal on a dubbing stage is weeks of blood, sweat, and tears followed by seconds of sheer terror!” David Lewis Yewdall, MPSE, commenting on Roger Corman’s three-day...

ADR and Looping

David Lewis Yewdall

David Lewis Yewdall, MPSE is a veteran sound editor who has worked on over 100 feature films and TV series. He is currently Filmmaker-in-Residence at North Carolina School of the Arts. He is also the author of FILM - The Practical Art of Motion Picture Sound. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Practical Art of Motion Picture Sound

Focal Press, 1999

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... ADR and Looping Getting the Lips to Flap in Sync “The actors were whispering. . . whenever they weren’t yelling.” Jeffrey Haupt I believe in the magic of the production track. If the director and producer want less ADR in their films...

Queer Theory and New Queer Cinema

The Cinema Book

British Film Institute, 2007

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...In his discussion of queer film theory, Ellis Hanson suggests that rather than being limited to a particular sexual identity or practice, the term ‘queer’ might be most fruitfully understood as referring to perverse desires...