M. Night Shyamalan

Kenny, Tom
November 2004
Mix;Nov2004, Vol. 28 Issue 12, p97
Focuses on the picture and sound editing facility built by writer and director M. Night Shyamalan in a barn on his homestead outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Background on the development of the facility; Equipment and technology; Use of the facility on Shyamalan's film "The Village"; Importance of bringing the initial stages of post-production home for filmmakers who want to work on picture and sound editing simultaneously; Shyamalan's decision to continue to perform final mixes at major facilities; Challenge of combining picture and sound editorial in a single, relatively long and narrow workspace; Multiformat screening room; Visual challenge.


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