If you remove music and video from the film and listen to only audio, it should create a picture in your mind and still be able to convey the story. Sound is a crucial part of the film and also one of my favorite departments in the process of filmmaking. I recorded this conversation with Nithin Lukose to discuss about sound, his journey and questions related to the field. Listen to the episode and have fun.
Things discussed in the episode:
- Conversations between director & sound artist
- Equipment Nithin uses
- Preparation for sound recording and mic placements
- Mistakes to avoid for the film or the career
- Talks on criticism
- Advice for aspiring filmmakers
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Nithin Lukose is a sound recordist and sound designer from Indian cinema. He lives in God’s own country – Kerala and travels to different cities depending on the project. Nithin studied at Film & Television Institute of India, Pune. Then he started his career with Kannada movie Thithi – directed by Raam Reddy. And later he went on to work on movies like Shuddhi and Ayaal Sassi. He is currently working on Dibakar Banerjee’s feature.