Writing a dream piece later this week, gathering together interviews with District Nine editor Julian Clarke (couple of nice interviews here and a great Rachael Coe piece here), Joe Klotz from Precious, The Hurt Locker’s Chris Innis and Walter Murch, whose hand has crafted many of my favourite films. These kind of features don’t come along every day. Any questions, send them this way.
What an amazing and surprising night. 6000 members of the Academy, I take everything back, it ain’t all about the Benjamins for y’all. The Hurt Locker deservedly swept the awards for best picture, best director, screenplay, editing, sound and sound mixing. My interview with Kathryn Bigelow and Mark Boal can be found here, and have collected together lots of other The Hurt Locker stuff here. Now Awards season is over, everyone should come out from […]
Great interview with The Hurt Locker sound designer Paul Ottosson up at the ever-brilliant Making Of site, love that his BAFTA is up on the mantelpiece. Been back and forth with Paul a few times, but hoping to have my own interview with him up here shortly.
A new album from Trunk Records dropped on the mat this morning. This time JBH gathers together the work of Tristram Cary, who passed away in 2008 following a long and esteemed career in composing (writing the music for the original The Ladykillers and Quartermass and the Pit) and creating effects (he made the sound of the Daleks for Dr Who). I’m trying to place a review somewhere now, out March 29th 2010. Tracklist: 1. […]