Jackson, Blair
December 2012
Mix;Dec2012, Vol. 36 Issue 12, p44
An interview with re-recording mixer Dominick Tavella is presented. When asked on when he got involved with filmmaker Ken Burns, he says that when Burns started working at DuArt film laboratory and that he has known Burns since the documentary film "Brooklyn Bridge." Tavella states that the documentary film "The Dust Bowl" is one of his smaller projects because it is two two-hour shows. He adds that Burns was involved in the spotting of the sound as they were editing it.


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