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Larry Sider: Sound Masterclass

Saturday 19th January, 2013

As Director of the School of Sound, an international four-day event exploring the use of sound in film, multimedia and digital art, Larry Sider is credited with elevating the profile of sound across screen production. He is a film editor and sound designer who has worked for thirty years in documentary, animation and fiction. His documentary work includes Not Waving but Drowning (2009), Robinson in Space (1997) and London (1994). Larry was previously Head of Editing, Sound and Music at the NFTS and is also co-editor of The Soundtrack Journal.

Larry's masterclass was part of a day of in-depth masterclasses on sound in documentary.

To see Mary Milton's masterclass click here. To see Peter Albrechtsen's masterclass click here. To see a further informal discussion between Larry and Mary Milton, click here!

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DOCHOUSE'S CRAFT OF DOCUMENTARY SERIES TOOK PLACE IN 2012 /2013.

Get insight and inspiration from the UK's eminent documentary practitioners as they discuss their work, style and practice.

Saturday 6th October 2012: EDITING MASTERCLASSES

Saturday 24th November 2012: CAMERA MASTERCLASSES
Saturday 19th January 2013: SOUND MASTERCLASSES

With special thanks to The Grierson Trust and Splice.

 

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