Monday, October 19, 2009

Reading mattters

Robert Glatzer writes::
The quintessential Foley artist story comes from the Brian DePalma film "The Untouchables," where we see Robert De Niro as Al Capone whack somebody on the head with a baseball bat. So how do you create a sound to match the visual, and make it believable, without actually doing someone bodily harm? After many experiments and many failures, the Foley artist found the right tools: a bowling pin hitting a raw turkey. You could try it yourself
Film credits 101: salon
Who is Alan Smithee: salon

No comments: