Dolby Institute Master Class - Sound Design & Music for Independent Films: A case study on Blindspotting

Imaginative sound design and great music can transport viewers into a film. Dolby Atmos creates a fully immersive three-dimensional aural experience and delivers even the subtlest sound with breathtaking clarity, detail and depth. The groundbreaking technology is already widely used on big-budget blockbusters, but how can it be used by independent filmmakers telling intimate stories?

On September 22, Blindspotting director Carlos López Estrada, recipient of the Dolby Family Sound Fellowship, will share how sound and music and Dolby Atmos helped him tell his story. Master Class moderated by Glenn Kiser, Director of Dolby Institute.


Carlos López Estrada
Glenn Kiser
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