Archived #August 2005

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Fw: SoS events 2005 @ Edwin Brys

THE SCHOOL OF SOUND Events in 2005 (www.soundtrackcologne.de) SoundTrack_Cologne 2.0 26-28 August in Cologne (See the attached pdf announcement) SoundTrack presents a variety of presentations and panels focusing on the creation of so
THE SCHOOL OF SOUND
Events in 2005
(www.soundtrackcologne.de)

SoundTrack_Cologne 2.0
26-28 August in Cologne

SoundTrack presents a variety of presentations and panels focusing on the
creation of sound and music for screen sound. Of particular interest is the
European Talent Competition – challenging European students to create original
film music and sound design, and the European University Meeting – a forum of
students and teachers from leading European film schools discussing the future of
composition and sound education for filmmakers.
For information, http://www.soundtrackcologne.de or info@soundtrackcologne.de.
(Please do not contact the School of Sound directly)
Sponsored by the School of Sound

THE SCHOOL OF SOUND at
The Seoul Film Festival
8-9 September 2005 in Seoul, South Korea
For information, visit www.senef.net

SOUNDSCAPE: The School of Sound Lectures 1998-2001 is available from the
Wallflower Press, www.wallflowerpress.co.uk

website
www.soundtrackcologne.de
email
info@soundtrackcologne.de

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We’ve Changed! (our look) @ Third Coast Festival Staff

As we celebrate our fifth anniversary, we’re excited to tell you about a few things going on around TCF HQ: 1. We’ve Changed! (our look) (http://www.thirdcoastfestival.org) Part of the birthday celebration includes a brand new websit
As we celebrate our fifth anniversary, we’re excited to tell you about a few things going on around TCF HQ:1. We’ve Changed! (our look)


(http://www.thirdcoastfestival.org)

Part of the birthday celebration includes a brand new website!!
We invite you to visit, take your time looking and listening around…and to let us know what you think.

2. What We’re Listening To:

Right now on the site we’re featuring The Wire, a radio series from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
about the impact of electricity on music.

Listen to excerpts from two of the eight one-hour programs that collectively explore the vast changes in music
brought about by one lil’ ole scientific discovery: electric current.

3. Early Conference Registration Deadline on the Verge of Looming

Early-bird registration deadline for the Third Coast Festival Conference is on the not-too-distant horizon!
Join your peers and colleagues in Chicago in October for a weekend devoted to exploring the art and craft
of documentary audio production.

You have until Friday, August 26th to register for our annual Conference at the early-bird rate of $250.
Between August 27th and September 30th, the rate will increase to $280. Registration closes on the 30th,
or sooner if all spots are taken before that.

Read more about presenters, sessions and other activities, or just go ahead and sign yourself up…

4. Chicagoland Forecast Predicts Flurry of Audio Events This Fall

In conjunction with our annual Conference, every Fall we plan a few additional public events in Chicago.
This year is no exception, in fact this Fall we’re presenting more than ever before!

Check out this variety of audio happenings, and find out how to get tickets or reserve seats to events
like the upcoming Listening Room with Storycorps founder Dave Isay.

We hope to see you soon!
Third Coast Festival Staff

website
http://www.thirdcoastfestival.org

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‘The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy’ > book > radio > now the movie @ Willem Davids

After completing a BA in English Literature and working on various writing and performance projects2, Douglas started working on a science fiction/comedy radio series. A History of ‘The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy’ One night in 1971 a 1
After completing a BA in English Literature and working on various writing and performance projects2, Douglas started working on a
science fiction/comedy radio series.
A History of ‘The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy’

One night in 1971 a 19-year-old English hitchhiker named Douglas Adams lay drunk in a field in Innsbruck, Austria. He had with him a borrowed copy of Hitch Hiker’s Guide to Europe by Ken Welsh.

… and when the stars came out it occurred to me that if only someone would write a Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy as well, then I for one would be off like a shot1.

Seven years later Douglas was able to write the Guide himself…


(> book > radio > now the movie, ..here the website)

The First Radio Series

After completing a BA in English Literature and working on various writing and performance projects2, Douglas started working on a science fiction/comedy radio series. Originally, he had the idea of writing a series called ‘Ends of the Earth’ in which the world was destroyed in various ways. However, as he began to write the first episode he introduced an alien named Ford Prefect and in a flash of inspiration decided that he should be a researcher for the fictitious Guide, and the series was renamed The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.

website
History

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grt  Willem
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