sponsor a spirited panel discussion revealing the secrets behind the sound of
the most provocative film of the year, Fifty
Shades of Grey. Part of NAB’s Creative Master Series, “Fifty Shades of
Sound” is slated for Monday, April 13th
at 11:45 a.m., South Upper Hall, Room S220.
feature key members of the Fifty Shades
of Grey sound team, Supervising Sound Editor Becky Sullivan, Supervising
Sound Editor Kelly Oxford, Sound Re-Recording Mixer Anna Behlmer and Re-Recording
Mixer Terry Porter, as well as Film Editor Debra Neil-Fisher. They will discuss
director Sam Taylor-Johnson’s vision for the film, the challenges the
filmmakers faced in conjuring its unusual soundscapes and the cutting edge
techniques and tools they used to get there.
|Becky Sullivan, Kelly Oxford, Anna Behlmer, Terry Porter, Debra Neil-Fisher, Tom Kenny|
“The MPSE takes great pride in hosting this
very talented sound team, including MPSE members Becky Sullivan and Kelly
Oxford,” said MPSE Treasurer Paul Rodriguez. “This is a rare opportunity to go
behind the scenes and learn tricks of the trade from master practitioners. I
recommend it to all industry professionals especially those who care about the craft
MPSE hosts a number of Sound Shows delving into the craft of motion picture,
television and game sound. The enormously popular events occur in various
cities and venues throughout the year. The organization also conducts a variety
of charitable and educational activities related to sound, and presents its
annual Golden Reel Awards recognizing excellence in sound.
provide a wealth of knowledge from award-winning professionals to a diverse
group of individuals, youth and career professionals alike; mentoring and
educating the community about the artistic merit and technical advancements in
sound and music editing; providing scholarships and mentorship for the
continuing advancement of motion picture sound in education; and helping to
enhance the personal and professional lives of the men and women who practice
this unique craft.
PICTURE SOUND EDITORS