Manhattan Edit Workshop (MEWShop), the cutting-edge authorized digital training destination for post-production and content creators, will be hosting the Oscar®-winning sound editors behind blockbusters hits such as Hugo, The Departed, Shutter Island and, most recently, The Wolf of Wall Street. Joining MEWShop for the popular event Sight, Sound & Story on June 14th, Eugene Gearty, Phil Stockton and Sam Miille will present the MPSE SoundShow NY panel The Wolf of Wall Street: Soundscape From Production Audio to Final Mix, moderated by sound editor and designer Pam DeMetrius-Thomas and sponsored by Audio Network.
Returning for the second year in a row, after their success on last year’s panel, SoundShow NY: Life of Pi, Gearty, Stockton and Miille, joined by DeMetrius-Thomas, will take attendees through The Wolf of Wall Street soundscape, from production audio to final mix.
A Master Storyteller sponsor, Audio Network will be providing the tunes for the Sight, Sound & Story after party, courtesy of DJ Amanda Mayo (AKA Anomaly Code). Audio Network will also have a team exhibiting on-site all day – be sure to check them out! For more information on this year’s Sight, Sound & Story event, please visit http://www.sightsoundandstory.com/.
Sight, Sound & Story: The 2014 Lineup of Panels and Speakers
This special symposium produced by Manhattan Edit Workshop features an extensive selection of Oscar® winners, innovators and industry thought leaders, who will lead panels outlining the art and processes of editing film and television, the unique and fast-paced world of editing sports docudramas, and the craft behind sound design. The closing panel will highlight the legendary career of Michael Kahn, A.C.E., Steven Spielberg’s longtime editor. The summit will conclude with a gala reception and networking session for over 300 guests, panelists and vendors. This year’s honored panelists* include:
Michael Kahn, A.C.E. – “Schindler’s List,” “Saving Private Ryan,” “Raiders of the Lost Ark”
Michael Berenbaum, A.C.E. – “Before Night Falls,” “Sex and the City,” “The Americans”
Cindy Mollo, A.C.E. – “House of Cards,” “The Book of Eli”
Meg Reticker, editor – “30 Rock,” “True Detective, “Bored to Death,” “The Wire”
Eugene Gearty, MPSE – “Hugo,” “Life of Pi,” “Wolf of Wall Street,” “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind”
Gary Levy, A.C.E. – “Nurse Jackie,” Royal Pains”
Phil Stockton, MPSE – “Hugo,” “Shutter Island,” “Wolf of Wall Street,” “Life of Pi”
Jonathan Oppenheim, editor – “Paris is Burning,” “Children Underground”
Phil Parrish, producer, director, editor – ESPN, CBS and NBC
Sam Miille, sound editor – “Hugo,” “Life of Pi,” “Wolf of Wall Street”
Brad Buckwalter, editor – HBO’s “24/7” series
Pam DeMetrius-Thomas, sound editor, sound designer – “Invitation to Dance,” “Every Secret Thing”
David Teague, editor – “Mondays at Racine,” “Sun Come Up”
Christian Winters, producer, editor – 2014 Winter Olympics and HBO’s “24/7” series
Bobbie O’Steen, film historian and author of “Cut to the Chase”
Colin Beattie, post-production – 2014 Winter Olympics
Maria Rapetskaya, Undefined Creative’s CEO/creative director with clients including NBC Universal, Discovery Networks, National Hockey League, Meredith Publishing
Garret Savage, editor, producer – “My Perestroika,” “The Fall”
*All panelists subject to availability
Register for Sight, Sound & Story
Sight, Sound & Story will take place on June 14, 2014 at the Florence Gould Hall located at 55 East 59th Street. Admission is $89.00, with discounts and free passes to select partner organizations. For more information on discounts, please email Jason Banke at firstname.lastname@example.org. To register, please click here.
Tickets include entrance to the Sight, Sound & Story networking party, which will feature an open bar, hors d’oeuvres and sponsored giveaways.