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MAKING WAVES: THE ART OF CINEMATIC SOUND

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MAKING WAVES: THE ART OF CINEMATIC SOUND

Type of media Video

Approved Running time 94m 44s

Release date 01/11/2019

Ratings Info images of moderate violence and threat

Genre(s) Documentary

Director(s) Midge Costin

Cast includes George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, David Lynch, Barbra Streisand, Ang Lee

Cut This work was passed uncut.

  • Video release suitable for 12 years and over icon12

Ratings info

Ratings info publication date 22/10/2019

Note: The following text may contain spoilers

MAKING WAVES: THE ART OF CINEMATIC SOUND is a documentary exploring the development of sound in the movies.

Violence

There are a number of violent images from films, all used to illustrate the sound effects used - boxing footage from 'Raging Bull', war footage from 'Saving Private Ryan' and a shooting from 'The Godfather'.

Threat

There are threatening images from films, including a gun aimed at a man's head from 'Monster' and a woman being attacked by birds from 'The Birds'.

Details

Title
MAKING WAVES: THE ART OF CINEMATIC SOUND
Year
2019
Distributor(s)
Dogwoof Pictures
Classified date(s)
15/10/2019
Main language
English
Submitted run time
94m 44s
BBFC reference
AVV379754
Remarks
16:9

Components List

This work is made up of a number of separate components. Note that since February 2001 the BBFC has measured each component separately, but older works may not have the exact details, only a list of titles

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MAKING WAVES: THE ART OF CINEMATIC SOUND

Rating information

The version of this work detailed above is rated by the BBFC under the Video Recordings Act 1984 for use on any Packaged Media format (including DVD, Blu-ray and VHS). This classification may also be used when the same work is made available on Digital Video Platforms (including Video On Demand) provided that the platform is licenced to use BBFC ratings.

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