The art of interaction between visual editing and sound in modern cinema

Establishing a coherent and impactful strategy for visual editing and sound design transcends every stage of film production. This masterclass delves into the art of conceiving and developing such a strategy to embody the film’s identity, creating an immersive experience and forging an emotional connection with the audience. Three extraordinary artists will share their ideas, along with the challenges and innovative solutions that have defined their work. Join us for an insightful exploration of the intersection between visual and sound elements in filmmaking, and discover how these dynamic strategies can elevate the cinematic experience. 


Hervé Schneid, an esteemed French film editor, known for his contributions to films such as Europa, Le fabuleux destin d’Amélie Poulain, and A Very Long Engagement, has been honored with a César Award for his outstanding work on Delicatessen. 

Frédéric Le Louêt is a French composer, and sound engeener, known for his contributions to Pioneer (2013) or Day of the Falcon (2011). His excellence in sound craftsmanship is highlighted by his Ariel Award for Best Sound, earned for his work on Days of Grace. 

Nicolas Becker is a renowned foley artist, sound designer, and composer. He collaborates with filmmakers such as David Cronenberg, Christopher Nolan, and Guillermo Del Toro. As a sound supervisor, he earned an Oscar and a Bafta in 2021 for his exceptional work on Sound of Metal, directed by Darius Marder.


17.03.2024 – 4.15pm / Cinéma Vendôme 

Language: French 

Price: Full 15€ / Reduced 10€



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