A Long Time Ago

Jackson, Blair
November 2004
Mix;Nov2004, Vol. 28 Issue 12, p80
Part I. Discusses the development of the film sound industry in San Francisco Bay Area, California. Region's support for the documentary film community and makers of avant-garde and experimental art films; Film sound innovations and work methods that emanated from editors and mixers working on projects by the Bay; Contributions of filmmakers Francis Coppola and George Lucas; Influential sound studios and engineers; Notable films.


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