The Cinema Audio Society was founded by a group of sound mixers who believed that as a creative community they needed to not only acknowledge the work they did but also educate others in the role of sound in film and television. With such a rich and diverse history, we hope to archive that history by creating featured recordings with our membership. We will look at the stellar sound contributions to the many outstanding films and television projects that have been seen, and more importantly, heard around the globe.
- In Conversation Ep. 4 In Conversation, episode 4 continues with retired Production Mixer Tommy Causey CAS. Tommy’s career started in Louisiana, but it was his journey to Hollywood and his work with director John Carpenter on the film “Halloween” that would forge a relationship of almost 20 years. What is fascinating about our “In Conversation” series is that “happenchance” plays a major part in the careers of many CAS members. This interview was recorded remotely due to the COVID 19 pandemic in May of 2020, our thanks to Phil Palmer CAS and Chris Hall of Iceman Audio for their work on the podcast. Total Run Time: 01:39:10
- In Conversation Ep. 3 In Conversation, Episode 3 moderated by Stephen A. Tibbo CAS continues with longtime CAS member and Career Achievement Recipient, Tom Fleischman CAS. Tom has collaborated with many legendary directors such as Martin Scorsese, Jonathan Demme, Spike Lee, and others. In his almost 40 years as a dubbing mixer, he has produced some of the most memorable soundtracks in cinema history. The interview was recorded in Los Angeles at Tibbo Sound on January 25th, the morning before Tom received the Career Achievement Award from the Cinema Audio Society. Our thanks to Justin W. Walker, Peter Devlin and Tibbo Sound for their work on the Podcast. Total Run Time: 01:32:26
- In Conversation Ep. 2 In Conversation, Episode 2 continues wth Peter Devlin as Moderator with CAS members and Production Mixers Simon Hayes and Chris Munro. Chris and Simon both have been honored with multiple nominations by the Motion Picture Academy, BAFTA, AMPS, and the Cinema Audio Society. The Interview was recorded in London at Warner Brothers De lane Lea in November of 2018. Our Thanks to Teri Dorman, Bob Bronow and Icemen Audio for their work on the Podcast. This podcast episode is in 3 parts.
Total Run Time: 2:08:03
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