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Today In Movie History…

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Today in movie history, revered editor and sound engineer Walter Murch was born in New York City in 1943. Murch first gained momentum in the film industry working with Oscar-winner Francis Ford Coppola on his film The Rain People (1969) before going on to work with George Lucas on THX1138 (1971) and American Graffiti (1973). He then furthered his professional relationship with Coppola working on films like The Godfather Part II (1974) and The Conversation (1974), the latter which earned him his first Academy Award nomination. His first major contribution to film came on Coppola’s iconic Vietnam drama, Apocalypse Now (1979), for which he won his first Oscar. Murch used a multi-track recording system to create new sounds that invoked both physical tension and psychological drama against the back-drop of Coppola’s war epic. Murch went on to serve as both sound and picture editor for numerous films, winning double Oscars for The English Patient in 1996 for Best Editor and Best Sound Editor. His work with Coppola continued throughout his career, working on films like The Godfather Part III (1990) and Tetro (2009); he also received a double Oscar-nomination in 1990 for The Godfather Part III and Ghost with Patrick Swayze, Demi Moore, and Whoopi Goldberg. Continue reading

GRID – Amazing LED Installation

Designer Christopher Bauder and Robert Henke, teamed up to make the suspended kinetic light installation. This hypnotizing triangular light system is made from over 150 LED light bars, which make for one hell of a show. The exhibit was recently presented at the Rhône-Alpes Hotel in France for the Fête des Lumières 2013. Even though this video is just a teaser from what was presented, it is still quite amazing.

Lighting Design – Christopher BAUDER / WHITE VOID
Electronic music – Robert HENKE
Bandmaster – Franck-Emmanuel COMTE
Choirs – CONCERT DE L’HOSTEL DIEU

Production – Matthieu DEBAY – TETRO – tetro.fr