The Sound of Mudbound

Sunday, January 22, 4:00–5:30 p.m.


500 Main St.

Creative sound design and music are just as important to low-budget indie films as they are to Hollywood pictures. In this discussion moderated by Glenn Kiser (Dolby Institute), Mudbound writer/director Dee Rees joins her composer, Tamar-kali, sound supervisor, Damian Volpe, re-recording mixer, Rob Fernandez, dialogue supervisor, Tony Martinez, and music editor, Nancy Allen, to present clips and discuss the use of sound design and score that takes audiences from the battlefields of World War II to the fields of Mississippi. Presented by the Dolby Institute

Panels are open to all Festival credential holders on a space-available basis.


Glenn Kiser
Dee Rees
Damian Volpe
Rob Fernandez
Tony Martinez
Nancy Allen
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