NEW YORK, NY, — The next installment of Manhattan Edit Workshop’s “Sight, Sound & Story: Live” monthly online event series will take place on July 14 and will be titled “SoundShow: Behind the Sound of “Ted Lasso.” It will feature Supervising Sound Editor Brent Findley, CAS, MPSE (“The Good Place,” “The Defiant Ones”), Foley Artist Sanaa Kelley & Co-Supervising Sound Editor (“Cry Macho,” “The Walking Dead”) (Manhattan Edit Workshop & Brookdale Community College).

Inside Episode XX: Sound is one of the most significant aspects in television, and it can be utilized to elicit emotions, suggest mood, and enhance a performance. In this episode, we take a look at how sound may be employed. Join the sound crew that has been nominated for an Emmy for their work on the immensely popular program “Ted Lasso” on AppleTV+ as they explain sound design, foley methods, sound recording gimmicks, and much more. Brent Findley, who has been nominated for an Emmy as Supervising Sound Editor, Bernard Weiser, who has been nominated for an Emmy as Co-Supervising Sound Editor and Dialogue Editor three times, and Sanna Kelley, who has been nominated for an Emmy as a foley Artist, will join Chad Anderson, who has been nominated for an Emmy, to dissect scenes and discuss their extraordinary work on sound for the series.

Our Master Storyteller Sponsors, OWC, AJA Video Systems, American Cinema Editors, and EditFest Global, as well as our Technology Sponsors, ZEISS and Filmmaker U, have made it possible for us to host this event. Without them, we wouldn’t be able to do it. In addition, we would like to express our appreciation for the ongoing support that we have received from our partners ProductionHUB, Digital Cinema Society, LAPPG, NYWIFT, Film Fatales, LUMOS PR, and The D-Word.


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