Last year I attended Cheap Cuts Film Festival which turned out to be a wonderful experience for a few reasons.
First of all it was a superb festival with a line up full of experimental documentaries including Sandmen which I sound designed. I spend most of the day watching films and met some lovely film makers.
Secondly I discovered the Cinema Museum. This little gem is hidden away around the back of Elephant and Castle and is well worth a visit. Sadly the building is currently up for sale so the future of the museum is unknown.
There was such a great feeling inside the building and being surrounded by so much cinema memorabilia I instantly new I wanted to record there. After a brief chat with the kind volunteers who run the place it was on!
Below are a few sounds and pictures from the session.
If you’d like to download all the sounds from the session follow this google drive link. All sounds are 24bit 96kHz embedded with soundminer metadata.
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