WIFV-MD PRESENTS THE WOMEN IN THE FILM INDUSTRY MAY 9, 2013
"Sound and Music in Film and Broadcast Media - Q&A"
Come out for our last WIFV-MD meeting and enjoy the
Maryland Film Festival too!!
Studio Unknown/All About The Song present:
"Sound and Music in Film and Broadcast Media - Q&A"
$5 WIFV-MD MEMBERS $10 NON-MEMBERS
NETWORKING 6:00pm - 7:00pm
May 9, 2013
Come out to see how sound and music make broadcast media and feature films rich and entertaining!
If you've ever had any questions about sound and music in relation to your projects, this is the night to
Come with questions and hear the pros discuss the creative process and techniques used by
the industry to create impactful work!
Stephen Joseph Antonelli owns and operates All About The Song
Stephen Joseph Antonelli owns and operates All About The Song, a custom music company and SongBuilder Studios a full-production recording studio. Stephen has spent the last 20+ years as a music producer, composer, arranger, musician and engineer in Nashville, New York City and Baltimore. Stephen's custom music can be heard in countless commercials, government/corporate projects, web interactives and video games including Sinclair Broadcasting, Discover, National Geographic, and FDA. Stephen has also acted as Music Supervisor for several films and video projects choosing music that fit's his clients needs. The music he's produced for artists/songwriters has been well received by the public and critics alike. Artists include: Karissa LaRen, Brett Gay, Sweet Leda, Erin Sax and Michelle Lockey among others. His musical palette is as diverse and broad as his finished products and he consistently strives for perfection with his finished products.
Kevin Hill: Owner(Studio Unknown)/Audio Post Production Director/Re-Recording Mixer
Kevin works with filmmakers, production companies, government agencies, and broadcast professionals to provide expert sound design and mixing services. He is a musician and engineer/producer who began his career 20 years ago. In 2001 he launched Studio Unknown, an audio post production facility and recording studio. Hill’s sound design and original music have been featured in film, TV, stage productions, and video games (www.studiounknown.com). Projects have included sound design and 5.1 mix for the recently released feature film, Lovely Molly (Haxan/Amber), Freedom Dance, a film that earned multiple awards, including a CINE Golden Eagle Master Series Award, and Lost in Woonsocket, which was an Official Selection at the SXSW Film Festival; original music and narration recording for the Telly Award-winning A&E series "Random 1"; sound design and mix of the original cast soundtrack of the "Willy Wonka" stage musical for The Kennedy Center, which received a Parent's Choice Award for Best Children's Album; and sound design and mix for programs for Discovery, National Geographic, NASA, PBS, and others. Hill has served as an adjunct professor at Anne Arundel Community College teaching Audio Production and is a member of the country songwriting collaboration, Moran Hill Hurwitz.
Matt Davies: Sound Designer/Editor
Matt is a Sound Designer, Sound Effects Editor and Foley Artist working at Studio Unknown in Catonsville, Maryland. With a background in fine arts sculpture, film and sound art, Matt uses everything at his disposal to create and edit sounds for feature films & broadcast media. This includes a multitude of sound manipulation tools, custom built instruments, Foley performance, and his own voice. In addition to post production audio, Matt has experience in production location sound for independent documentaries and field recording. These field recordings join the rest of the sounds spanning from practical to bizarre, in ever expanding custom sound library at the studio.
Studio Unknown is a full-service audio post facility, with a 5.1 Dolby® Tuned/Approved theatrical dubbing stage and full in house editorial suites. Our primary focus is on sound for film and we have developed a unique process for working with filmmakers locally and abroad. Working closing with our clients, we dig deeply into every film we work on; bringing themes and emotions to life through visceral sound. Studio Unknown handles a multitude of projects ranging from broadcast media (Under Armour, Red Bull), to local/regional indie films and docs (The Learning, The Fellows Hip), to theatrical releases (Lovely Molly, V/H/S/2).
All About The Song is a full service custom music company and recording studio (SongBuilder Studios). Our space was designed for the artist and the corporate client offering a relaxed and comfortable environment for the creative process. Utilizing state-of-the-art, professional recording equipment, updated composition tools and an acoustically sound space we are able to provide our clients with a quality product every time. Out studio has seen the likes of Discovery Communications, National Geographic, FDA, Sinclair Broadcasting and artists like Karissa LaRen, Sweet Leda and Erin Sax to name a few.
Liam Flynn's Ale House
22 W North Ave
Baltimore, MD 21201
Station North is the main transportation jub of Baltimore City.
FROM PENN RAILWAY STATION: Walk 3 blocks North, up North Charles St. – heading towards the Johns Hopkins University. Turn left on North Ave. The Ale House is in the Historic North Avenue Market Building on the North side of the street. It’s the weird Moorish castle looking building.
FROM BWI AIRPORT: Take the MTA Light Rail to Penn Station. then follow the above directions.
FROM DULLES & REAGAN AIRPORTS: Are you crazy!!! Forget about it and re-book your flight through BWI.
FROM I-95(North): Whether your coming from NYC or Philadelphia,
FROM I-95(South): If your coming from Washington D.C.
FREE -NEW!- CHARM CITY CIRCULATOR BUS:
FROM THE INNER HARBOR: Purple Line North
A Note about Downtown Baltimore: Baltimore’s street names change going East to West at Charles St. or North to South at Baltimore St. Make sure to check your directions.
There is parking available at the Theater Parking Garage, 1714 N. Charles St., 1 1/2 blocks South of North Ave. Tell them you’re going to the Ale House for $2 parking. There’s decent street parking on Maryland, North & Charles as well. Penn Station has very affordable evening rates as well. The FitzGerald by MICA & Penn Station garages are always underutilized.
DON'T FORGET TO STOP BY THE MARYLAND FILM FESTIVAL BEFORE THE WIFV-MD MEETING!
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS CONTACT Arlette Thomas-Fletcher firstname.lastname@example.org