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June 6, 2004 | Susan King
Jana Vance Foley Artist at SkyWalker Sound Latest project: "Shrek 2" What the job entails: "We are re-creating sounds basically dictated by the picture. We are really acting to whatever is happening on screen." How she does her job: "Imagine yourself standing in a theater where there is no seat. Instead you are surrounded by 20 different floor surfaces, ranging from spaceship metals, marble, cement, different wood floor, gravels, sand and dirt.
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June 6, 2004 | Susan King
Jana Vance Foley Artist at SkyWalker Sound Latest project: "Shrek 2" What the job entails: "We are re-creating sounds basically dictated by the picture. We are really acting to whatever is happening on screen." How she does her job: "Imagine yourself standing in a theater where there is no seat. Instead you are surrounded by 20 different floor surfaces, ranging from spaceship metals, marble, cement, different wood floor, gravels, sand and dirt.
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February 16, 2014 | By Times staff writers
The Motion Picture Sound Editors presented the 61st MPSE Golden Reel Awards at the Bonaventure Hotel in Los Angeles. Golden Reel Awards recognizing outstanding achievement in sound editing were presented in 24 categories. The following is a complete list of winners: Career Achievement Award Randy Thom TV/FEATURE ANIMATION & DOCUMENTARY Best Sound & Music Editing: Television Animation "Fairly Odd Parents" - "Dumbbell Curve" (Nickelodeon) Directed by: Randy Myers, Michelle Bryan Produced by: Butch Hartman, George Goodchild Nominees: Supervising Sound Editor: Heather Olsen, MPSE Sound Designer: Heather Olsen, MPSE Supervising Foley Editor: Roy Braverman Supervising Dialogue Editor: Robbi Smith, MPSE Foley Artist: John Lampinen Best Sound & Music Editing: Television Documentary Short Form "North America: No Place To Hide" (Discovery Channel)
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April 4, 2006 | Richard Verrier, Times Staff Writer
On screen in "Poseidon," the upcoming remake of the classic 1972 disaster movie about a capsized ocean liner, actor Kurt Russell jumps into the water and attempts to swim for his life. Off screen, John Roesch -- who makes noise for a living -- sits shivering in a bathtub, splashing his hands to match Russell's motions. A sound editor in a nearby recording booth captures the commotion on tape.
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