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In-text: (127 Hours, 2010)
Your Bibliography: 127 Hours. 2010. [film] Directed by D. Boyle. Hollywood: Warner Bros Entertainment.
In-text: (Baby Driver, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Baby Driver. 2017. [film] Directed by E. Wright. Hollywood: Sony Pictures.
"forging of an immediate and necessary relationship between something one sees and something one hears. Most falls, blows, and explosions on the screen, simulated to some extent or created from the impact of nonresistant materials, only take on consistency and materiality through sound"
In-text: (Chion, 1990)
Your Bibliography: Chion, M., 1990. Audio-Vision. 1st ed. New York: Columbia University Press, p.5.
In-text: (Heat, 1995)
Your Bibliography: Heat. 1995. [film] Directed by M. Mann. Hollywood: Warner Bros.
In-text: (Irreversible, 2003)
Your Bibliography: Irreversible. 2003. [film] Directed by G. Noe. France: Mars Distribution.
In-text: (Lights of New York, 1928)
Your Bibliography: Lights of New York. 1928. [film] Directed by B. Foy. Hollywood: Warner Bros.
This Vitaphone assuredly destroys the old silent tradition of the screen. This time it was the audience that was silent, so keen was everybody to catch every word and note of the popular entertainer.
In-text: (Tankel, 1978)
Your Bibliography: Tankel, J., 1978. The Impact of The Jazz Singer on the Conversion to Sound. Journal of the University Film Association, University of Illinois Press, [online] 30, p.22. Available at: <https://www.jstor.org/stable/20687409?read-now=1&seq=2#metadata_info_tab_contents> [Accessed 5 November 2020].
In-text: (The Fallen, 2014)
Your Bibliography: The Fallen. 2014. [video] Directed by J. Piller. Piller Productions.
In-text: (The Jazz Singer, 1927)
Your Bibliography: The Jazz Singer. 1927. [film] Directed by A. Crosland. Hollywood: Warner Bros.
In-text: (The Social Network, 2010)
Your Bibliography: The Social Network. 2010. [film] Directed by D. Fincher. Hollywood: Sony Pictures.
"Environments shape your sound. Be sure to select a location with your ears and not with your eyes. A great-looking location may not be a great- sounding location"
In-text: (Viers, 2008)
Your Bibliography: Viers, R., 2008. The Sound Effects Bible. 1st ed. Michael Weise Productions, p.83.
“You can’t hear it, but it makes you shake,” Noe told Salon. “In a good theater with a subwoofer, you may be more scared by the sound than by what’s happening on the screen.” In Irreversible, deep rumblings and a swaying, otherworldly grinding sound increases in volume, causing the viewer to feel dread just before extremely disturbing imagery begins.
In-text: (Zarrelli, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Zarrelli, N., 2016. How the Hidden Sounds of Horror Movie Soundtracks Freak You Out. [online] Atlas Obscura. Available at: <https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/how-the-hidden-sounds-of-horror-movie-soundtracks-freak-you-out> [Accessed 5 November 2020].
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