Telling Story With Off-Screen Sound

6/24/2016 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments

We can often overlook how much films deliberately use sound to communicate information, story, and tone-- and not only that, we often take for granted how sound fills in, expands and transforms the film beyond the frame, outside of what we actually see.

In this video RocketJump Film School show you how off-screen sound (things we can hear, but aren't directly shown) can shape your story, and the ways you can use it to your advantage.

If you want to know what movie that clip was from, turn on Closed Captioning!**

Questions for Kevin? Ask him directly on their forums:

Text, image and video via RocketJump Film School

Get Latest Videos,Promotions & Exclusive Offers Via Email:

We don't send spam!