17 April 2009
We all have a reservoir of aural memory, some of which is likely to be shared by our fellow human beings but a part of that memory bank is unique to our experience. This will be a personal exploration of the complexities of emotional responses to sound and how filmmakers have to differentiate the personal and the universal in attempting to use sound and music to connect with the audience.
Sound and Memory
Silent Light (Carlos Reygadas 2007) 00:00:27 – 00:05:30
Partie de campagne/A Day in the Country (Jean Renoir 1936) 00:26:19 – 00:29:12
Tous les matins du monde (Alain Corneau 1991) 01:16:35 – 01:20:21
Pygmalion (Anthony Asquith, Leslie Howard 1938) 00:14:31 – 00:22:35
Listen to Britain (Humphrey Jennings, Stewart McAllister 1942) 00:00:00 – 00:02:49