“SIGGRAPH 2009 Keynote: Designing a Movie for Sound: How to Make Sound a Full Collaborator in the Storytelling Process” by Thom

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    SIGGRAPH 2009 Keynote: Designing a Movie for Sound: How to Make Sound a Full Collaborator in the Storytelling Process

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    Pioneer in sound and two-time Academy Award® winner

    Randy Thom has worked in a wide variety of creative capacities in more than 75 films including some of Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters such as “Bolt”, “Forrest Gump”, “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets”, “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire,” “Ratatouille”, “War of the Worlds”, and “Wild at Heart”. Thom began working for Lucasfilm in 1979 as a sound designer and re-recording mixer and is currently the Director of Sound Design at Skywalker Sound. He received two Academy Awards® for Best Sound in “The Right Stuff” and Best Achievement in Sound Editing for “The Incredibles”. In all, Thom has shared 14 Academy Award® nominations, and has worked with some of today’s leading directors and producers.


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