Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound in cinemas and on digital 1 November + DVD date announced 25 November

‘Fascinating and informative…a must-watch’

Screen International

 

‘Will inspire viewers to seek out their favourite films and experience them

with fresh ears’

Hollywood Reporter

 

You’ll likely never hear a film in the same way again after watching this thrilling celebration

of the craft’

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HeyuGuys

 

‘A fun film to watch’

Film Threat

‘Lovingly researched and detailed…exceedingly lovely’

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Vulture Hound

Following its UK premiere at this years’ London Film Festival and World Premiere at Cannes Film Festival Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sounddirected by Midge Costin, is set to make waves on digital and DVD this November, courtesy of Dogwoof.

From the first words uttered in pioneering film The Jazz Singer to the early sound years of cinema including All Quiet on the Western Front,  King Kong and Singing In The Rain, to groundbreaking blockbusters such as Apocalypse NowStar WarsTop Gun and Jurassic Park, sound and sound design are an integral part of films and film history. Sound design makes a film, but, if done properly, most viewers won’t even realise how a film’s narrative and themes are being advanced. Now a new feature documentary puts sound in the spotlight and makes a noise about the sound effects that set the heart racing.

Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound reveals the hidden power of sound in cinema and will arrive in cinemas and on digital on 1 November, followed by its DVD release on 25 November 2019.

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