Moving towards the practice of sound design Around Sound II
1st - 2nd october | 10:00 - 14:00 h
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In recent years, we have seen how sound has gained great importance in the industry of audiovisual creation, not only as an accessory but also as an element with indisputable narrative capabilities. In this process, the sound designer plays a vital role in taking decisions that will drastically determine the result of a film production. Starting from his experience in the world of sound creation, as a result of a longstanding professional career, Charly Schmukler, one of the most renowned national sound artists, leads us into the world of sound design for films and videogames, dealing with issues such as language and audiovisual production, immersive sound, and audio post-production techniques.
He has participated as Sound Director in more than 50 national and international feature films and has won numerous awards for his work as a sound engineer (Mestre Mateo, ACLM México, Gamelab Awards, Fénix de cine Iberoamericano, etc.) being nominated twice for the Goyas of the Film Academy to finally receive this award for Best Sound in 2014 for his work on Witching and Bitching by Alex de la Iglesia. He also worked with directors like Javier Fesser, Julio Medem, Benicio del Toro, Gerardo Herrero, Juan Carlos Tabío, Carlos Saura, Marcelo Piñeyro, Álvaro Fernández Armero, Gerardo Vera, Sebastián Borensztein, Trần Anh Hùng and Roberto Santiago, among others. One of his latest projects, the film Champions by Javier Fesser, will represent Spain in the next edition of the Oscars. He participates as head of sound in twelve television series and in more than fifty documentaries alongside Oliver Stone, Álvaro Longoria, Javier Bardem, Isabel Coixet, Achero Mañas, María Ripoll, and Miguel Bardem. He is currently a teacher in the Sound Programme for a diploma at the ECAM and the SAE. He is a member of the SGAE, the AIE and the Spanish Academy of Cinematic Art and Science.