Re: sound in films

From: gyoungblood (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Aug 31 2006 - 18:08:38 PDT

Thanks all, once again, for your kind responses. My query was indeed for the
sound unit of the intro course I've taught for the last ten years. I'm tired
of the examples I've been using, many of which are on the lists you posted.
But I'm so distracted with other projects that I can't even think about
this, so I thought I'd avail myself of the wonderful resource that
Frameworks is. There is nothing more valuable than a community of similar

----- Original Message -----
From: "Sam Wells" <email suppressed>
To: <email suppressed>
Sent: Thursday, August 31, 2006 6:41 PM
Subject: Re: [FRAMEWORKS] sound in films

>> With regard to Eraserhead, I have come to wonder if it
>> wasn't somewhat influenced by the beginning of "The
>> Silence". Nobody else seems to understand what I mean
>> tho, but I feel there is the same audiable presence in
>> both works.
> Oh I think I know what you mean.
> Actually Bergman's "Dreams" from the time of the great "Monika" and
> "Sawdust & Tinsel" has moments that are David Lynch 20 years before
> "Eraserhead"
> Big credit for sound design on early David Lynch films should go to Alan
> Splet and Ann Kroeber.
> (I'd love to have a DVD edition of "Dune" with the score removed ;-)
> -Sam
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