Inside Llewyn Davis: Folk music in live

Music is a vital part in movies, it pushes the audience to a superior and more sensitive state where the feelings break out easily. But little times the music is played live in the film itself. That’s why I humbly bring Inside Llewyn Davis directed by the Coen brothers, a film in which the actors sing and play live and direct. But before that, a little bit of context. Continue reading

The Underrated Ones

Sound in the movie Moneyball

By: Zhaklin Peycheva, 2nd April, 2020

Gossip girl here. But today is not about gossip

Let me ask you a question: Have you ever truly listened to a movie or found meaning to sound? I knew you didn’t. Today we are going to talk about one of the very important features of a movie, which is usually the most underrated one: sound. Speaking of underrated the movie that I choose is Moneyball, it is a movie about a baseball coach (Brad Pitt), who decides to make a team based on statistics and gathers the most underrated players in the League. The movie was chosen, because it is a textbook of the work of sound. 

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Kimi No Na Wa (君の名は)

Your Name, also known as Kimi No Na Wa (君の名は), is a 2016 Japanese animated romantic fantasy drama film written and directed by Makoto Shinkai. Your Name tells the story of Taki, a high school boy in Tokyo and Mitsuha, a high school girl in a rural town, who suddenly and inexplicably begin to swap bodies.

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The Genius Sound Design in Dunkirk

Dunkirk has gained critical acclaim over the years and with good reason. While I personally wasn’t the biggest fan of it, I recognize that the movie is objectively well made. Christopher Nolan as director and Hans Zimmer as composer is a recipe for greatness. In my opinion Nolan is the best director working today and there has never been a composer like Zimmer.

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