The Sound of Story 2016
An exploration of sound and music in storytelling
Bringing together an array of leading sound artists and practitioners, The Sound of Story explores the power of sound and music in storytelling through a three-day programme of masterclasses, screenings and workshops.
Aimed at filmmakers, sound practitioners, music producers and film lovers, this is a rare opportunity to learn about the creative and technical approach behind critically acclaimed projects across film, theatre, radio and games.
DAY 1: WOMEN IN SOUND – Thursday 17 November, 11am-6pm
DAY 2: SYMPOSIUM – Friday 18 November, 11am-6pm
DAY 3: WORKSHOPS – Saturday 19 November, times vary
WOMEN IN SOUND - Thursday 17 November, 11am-6pm
With women still very much under-represented in the field of sound, we are delighted to announce a new day-long forum and associated mentoring programme. 12-15 participants will be selected through a nationwide call-out. Travel, accommodation and access related costs will be covered by the programme.
Application deadline: 5pm, 7 November 2016
SYMPOSIUM – Friday 18 November, 11am-6pm
A series of talks, discussions, screenings and case studies from sound practitioners who have created bold and inventive work in their field. More speakers to be announced soon.
Ann Kroeber - Sound Designer / Effects Editor / Recordist
Matthew Herbert - Musician / Artist / Producer / Writer
Case Study: Notes on Blindness - Presented by producer Mike Brett
Times: 11am – 6pm
Venue: Brighton Dome Studio, New Road, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 1UG
Tickets: £35 / £20 (concession)
More information: http://www.lighthouse.org.uk/programme/the-sound-of-story-2016
WORKSHOPS - Saturday 19 November, times vary
An opportunity to examine the working methods of leading experts through a series of hands-on craft and technical workshops.