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This presentation will explore how sound can be used creatively in film to expressively tell the story.
One of the main themes of the presentation is that by applying an understanding of the principles of
psycho-acoustics and human perception to the sound design process we will not only create better
sounding films but also films that are more expressive and engaging.

This presentation will explore how sound can be used creatively in film to expressively tell the story. One of the main themes of the presentation is that by applying an understanding of the principles of psycho-acoustics and human perception to the sound design process we will not only create better sounding films but also films that are more expressive and engaging.

Sound Design and Storytelling

Date: Tuesday, 19 January 2010
Time: 7.30pm
Venue: Sinema Old School
Admission: Free via REGISTRATION

Co-organised by FSV Alumni Chapter , Chapman University & SAMPLIFY

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About Mike Kowalski:

Michael Kowalski is an associate professor at Chapman University in Orange County where heteaches sound design at the undergraduate and graduate levels. In addition to his teaching, he also works as a sound designer on documentaries and independent narrative films. He has done the sound design for such award winning documentary films as “Lost in La Mancha”, “A Certain Kind of Death”, “Tell Them Who You Are”, and the narrative film “Robbing Peter”.

He recently sound designed the feature documentary “Dirt” that screened at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival and is scheduled to be broadcast nationally on Earth Day 2010. He is currently writing a book on sound design for film entitled “The Art and Craft of Sound Design”.


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