From: joe beres (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Aug 31 2006 - 08:26:02 PDT
I would certainly look at Coppola's The Conversation. Many of David
Lynch's films also have very innovative sound design. Eraserhead, Lost
Highway, and Mulholland Drive all come to mind, but there are
interesting audio elements in most of his work. Jem Cohen's Chain is
another excellent candidate, but you would need to contact Jem directly
as I don't think it is available commercially at this point. Hope that
helps a bit.
> Frameworkers, I'm looking for innovative uses of sound in films
> -- experimental or mainstream narrative, but they must be on DVD. By
> "sound" I mean primarily non-musical ambient/diegetic or extradiegetic
> collage, etc. It can include speech. I have already thought of Godard
> and early Viola.
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