Cross-Border Conversations

Cross-Border Conversations, supported by Genelecare a series of virtual talks between film & TV craft talent from different countries and at different career stages, which always include a first-time speaker. Speakers share career insights, knowledge and cultural perspectives and are drawn from our mentoring community.

These virtual events comprise a 60-minute conversation followed by 30 minutes of virtual networking, with the chance to widen your employment networks.

Cross-Border Conversation: Mixing sound for film & TViction in film & TV

Thursday 7 March 2024, 18:00-19:30 GMT (UK time)

with speakers Lisa Farrell-Tonge, Elise Marra, Ruiqi Zhao and Alex Wakim

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Read about our previous Cross-Border Conversations supported by Genelec, and watch the recordings:

Working across fiction and non-fiction in film & TV post-production – Natasha Sofla, Richard Edwards, Ana Mlynarska and Santiago Piqueras.

Creating supportive teams when telling emotionally tough stories – Stephanie Filo, Stephanie Hazle Lyle, Sarim Akbar and Paula Nimaro

Building International Co-Productions – Carol Ann Noronha, Raquel Scott, Yu-Fai Suen and Michela Giorelli

Creating Animated Stories  Connor Cook, Tajha Winkle, Mariia Shub, Rodion Shub and Munzir Naqvi

Multi-role v single-discipline jobs in film & TV – what is the best approach?  Natasha Griffiths, Jack Goessens and Jendayi Omowale

Preparing for your Sound Mix – Eric Horstmann, Emma Butt and Liz Horsman

The Role of the Assistant Editor – Prince May, Alice Degrassi, Scott Clements and Helena Beeson 

International Production Management and Production – Andrea Jajeh, Karyan Au-Yeung and Molly McGregor

Collaboration between Sound and Picture – Peter Albrechtsen, Roberta Bononi BFE and Shaunak Soni

Paths to Becoming an Editor – Rachel Erskine, Sourath Behan and Christopher CF Chow

Sound Design and Music Composition – Katrine Amsler and Randy Kalsi

Editing and the Phantom Menaces – Paul Martin Smith, Chris Wyatt and Tomoko Hirasawa

Sound on Sound – Stacey-Lee Hellenberg, Adriaan Hellenberg and Stephanie Field