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    MPSE SOUND SHOW COMES TO NEW YORK

    October 26, 2010, 2:45 pm
    Be part of the last link of the editing chain! MPSE's Sound Show in NY shows editors what happens when they pass the baton to that crucial stage of editing - sound design and mix.


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    THE MPSE SOUND SHOW COMES TO


    NEW YORK


    December 9, 2010 - 7pm - 9pm - SVA Silas Theatre





    For the first time, MPSE brings its wildly entertaining and enlightening seminars on film sound editing to New York City!!  Join us as we explore the stunning sound design of Paramount Pictures' blockbuster Shutter Island, directed by Martin Scorsese and starring Leonardo DiCaprio.



     


    Produced by the Motion Picture Sound Editors organization and Manhattan Edit Workshop, the Sound Show takes you behind the scenes of a major motion picture to understand the sophisticated sound work crafted by the movie's team of audio artisans.



     


    Guiding us through their process will be award-winning supervising sound editor Phil Stockton (Salt, The Departed) & Eugene Geary (Inside Man, Brokeback Mountain) and award-winning re-recording mixer Tom Fleischman (Angels & Demons, Marley & Me).*



     


    Excerpts from the movie will be presented with special "pre-dub" mixes to illustrate the variety of elements used to create this thrilling and moody sonic environment.



     


    One Night Only: Thursday, December 9, 2010, at the School of Visual Arts' Silas Theatre, 333 West 23rd Street, New York, NY, 10011. General admission is $30. Members of the MPSE, Seniors, and students with valid ID are $20.  After party sponsored by Paramount Pictures.




    Register HERE.



     


    To see video from the last MPSE Sound Show exploring "Watchmen" click here.




    Contact Abby Hessney for sponsorship and event details at 212-414-9570 or abby@mewshop.com






    *panelists subject to availability



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