Sound can make or break a movie--from the score, to the sound cues, to the dialogue.
That's why it made our day when our composer sent us the following email, "I had been meaning to tell you all how thrilled I am with this film, the work you've all put into it, and the canvas you're providing for our score. I 'specially thought of this once I did yesterday's revision for M05v2. As I was coming up with a new chord progression for the post-Max-family car ride talk, I kept thinking how grateful I felt that you guys weren't settling for the "familiar" string progression I had come up with, and were encouraging me to think a bit more outside of the box. Perfect example of why this collaborative part of the process is one of my favorite things about making movies. :)"
In other news, Carrie Preston will be recording her ADR in New Orleans this afternoon where she is busy filming Claws. Our director, Caitlin Koller, continues her film festival circuit in Berlin at the Final Girls Film Fest promoting her short film Blood Sisters. The rest of February will be filled with ADR sessions in LA and Chicago along with our sound designer continuing to try to make his wife drop her coffee with our jump scares. He's 1 for 1.
Hope you are all having a happy 2018 so far!
Kelly and Seana