The Hollywood Reporter: How ‘First Man’ Film Editor Gave the Space Epic an Intimate Feel
For Damien Chazelle’s movie about Neil Armstrong's historic 1969 moonwalk, Tom Cross found himself cutting together shots that the filmmakers might have rejected on their earlier collaborations like 'Whiplash' and 'La La Land.'
Los Angeles Times: 'A Quiet Place': When noise equals death, every little sound matters
Krasinski knew sound would play a major role — if not the lead character — making the production recordings from sound mixer Michael Barosky critical ... The mantra continued with supervising sound editors Erik Aadahl and Ethan Van der Ryn mapping out what Krasinski responded to in the edit. The trio talked in depth about performance and theme, experimenting first with character point-of-view or what was referred to as “sonic envelopes.”
BBC Radio Kent: Disney composer Chris Willis
Composer Chris Willis chats with Dominic King about his work for “The Death of Stalin” and on Disney cartoons. You can listen to his interview at the 9:51 minute mark.
Entertainment weekly: What Claire's clothes are meant to convey on House of Cards.
In the final season of House of Cards, the clothing worn by Claire (Robin Wright) has a certain military vibe. That’s the point, explains costume designer Jessica Wenger. “Robin’s stylist Kemal Harris and Robin worked together to tell a very calculated story of what the first female in office would wear,” Wenger tells EW. “This season is a lot of Claire versus the controlling factions around her, so her clothing has a subtle, military vibe to them, visually prepping her for battle against the Shepards and other players in Washington DC.”
The Wall Street Journal: In ‘The House With a Clock in Its Walls,’ a Key Player Pipes Up
One of the stars of Universal’s fantasy movie “The House With a Clock in Its Walls,” coming out on Sept. 20, has a storied Hollywood history. The veteran performer has played a role in such films as “Empire of the Sun,” “Star Trek: The Motion Picture,” “The Sound of Music,” 1959’s “Journey to the Center of the Earth,” “The Abyss” and “Die Hard.”
Forbes : 30 under 30 class of 2019 - Richard Ludlow of hexany audio
Ludlow's company produces music and sound for video games. Notable credits include King's Quest, H1Z1 and Arena of Valor. The company has also worked with major brands like Apple, Coca-Cola and Disney.
Playbill: 20 Secrets Behind the Scenic Designs for Wicked, Sweeney Todd, and More
The cranking cogs and dragon clock of Wicked, the original London streets of Sweeney Todd, the bandstand of Saturday Night Live—each one a creation by legendary scenic designer Eugene Lee.With over 70 Broadway design credits to his name—including iconic inventions for Ragtime and Seussical and Bright Star—and three Tony Awards (for 1974’s Candide, 1979’s Sweeney Todd, and 2004’s Wicked)—plus 13 Emmy nominations for his work in television, Lee is an old-school fixture in the business.
Refinery 29: Where To Find Major Clues You Missed In Haunting Of Hill House
Lynn Falconer, the show’s costume designer, knows this better than anyone. The characters' costumes are imbued with significance – and not just the Crains'. This applies to the ghosts, too. Falconer created costumes for Hill House's spectral residents throughout the 20th century, from the house's construction in 1918 to the Crains' stay in the summer of 1992 to the present day.
Vulture: Why Doctor Who Went Back to Basics With Its New Theme Song
Do we doo, do we do we, we doooooo, doo we dooo! Jodie Whittaker and her glass-ceiling-shattering entrance aren’t the only things delighting Whovians’ eardrums with the newest season of Doctor Who, thanks to a revamp of the show’s theme song to usher in the reign of the 13th Doctor.