18.11.14 by Jeff

Video of the Day: The Sound of Interstellar

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I finally saw Interstellar last night, and it is definitely an uneven film but I enjoyed it. I think if certain sequences were left out I would have liked it even more, but Christopher Nolan seems unable to resist turning a cerebral film into more of a standard popcorn flick.

The score and sound design really stood out to me. When I came home I happened to get an email from Michael Coleman sharing a video of Sound Designer Richard King on creating the sound for Interstellar. Don’t watch this if you haven’t seen the film yet, but if you have this is cool to see.

Watch SoundWorks Collection’s “The Sound of Interstellar” below!


 

See more videos from SoundWorks Collection here.













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.







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