They say that sound is 51% of any movie. And the same is true of TV.
This exclusive event from The Producers’ Forum, in conjunction with BBC Birmingham, opens up the state of the art sound facilities at BBC Birmingham, home of The Archers and Home Front.
The evening will feature a panel of three local experts in sound sharing their expertise and experience, chaired by Director of BBC Midlands, Joe Godwin.
Marc Silk is one of the most in demand voiceover artists in the country, as the voice of Aks Moe in Star Wars Episode 1, Danger Mouse, Johnny Bravo and a million more.
Neil Hillman, MPSE, is a British Television and feature film sound designer and editor, notable for his work on the Oscar-winning Lincoln, New York I Love You and Grace of Monaco.
Alice Trueman is a classically-trained violinist, with a Masters with distinction in Composition and Song-Writing whose award-winning career as a highly versatile soundtrack composer has seen her music broadcast far and wide, from the BBC, Channel 4 and Channel 5, to places as far as Japan.
There will be networking and drinks after the event, thanks to the sponsorship of Access Bookings. The event is free but you need to register on Eventbrite.