In this exclusive SoundWorks Collection sound profile we visit Park Road Post Studios in Wellington, New Zealand to talk with the sound team of Director Peter Jackson's The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.
Featured interviews include Re-recording Mixer Michael Hedges, Re-recording Mixer Chris Boyes, Re-recording Mixer Michael Semanick, Re-recording Mixer Gary Summers, Composer Howard Shore, and Producer & Co-Screenplay Writer Philippa Boyens.
Locate a theater to experience The Hobbit in Dolby Atmos at dolby.com
A 30-min unseen documentary on CNBC that people worldwide outside Thailand have watched before the magical moment. You can download the high-resolution copy from the same page, courtesy Dr. Nimitz Modrakee - one of the producer, and a speaker at KSME Care 13 East.
Early in her life she was diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder that specialists knew little about (there is no name for this deletion). The prognosis was physical and developmental delays - and it was unknown if she would ever be strong enough to crawl or walk on her own. It was heartbreaking to hear, but we chose to be joyful no matter the outcome.
This is her story of determination, silliness, and never giving up.
She is our hero and our inspiration and we hope she can be yours too.
We are so thankful for Eden and the joy she brings to our lives.
Thank you, from the deepest depths of our hearts to Eden's amazing team of therapists and teachers, family and friends all over the world. You mean SO MUCH to us.
Song: 'Sort Of (Instrumental)' by Ingrid Michaelson:
Professional Family pictures by Tonhya Kaye Photography
Superhero picture by Amy Waddington Photography
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Follow Eden's journey on Instagram: @adventures_of_eden
Mom insta: @my_belle
Dad insta: @naglerawk
Martin Scorsese (’64/’68/Hon. ’92) was the honored speaker at NYU Tisch School of the Arts Salute to the Class of 2014 at Radio City Music Hall on May 23, 2014.
Dean Mary Schmidt Campbell addressed 1,275 members of the Tisch School of the Arts Class of 2014. Special performances included "Harm of Will" choreographed by Kendra Portier and "Ragtime" presented by students from the New Studio on Broadway. Kiah Victoria ’14 (BFA, Recorded Music) performed "Aurora" as a special tribute to Dean Campbell, who after 23 years of leadership stepped down as dean on June 1.
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