Double Exposure at the IU Cinema

DoubleX2013Following a successful premiere last year, Double Exposure – a collaboration between IU film students and the Jacobs School of Music – is back at the IU Cinema. Recording Arts students have been working since January creating, editing, & mixing dialog and effects; and recording music scores which were written by Jacobs School composition students and performed by Jacobs School musicians. A screening of the 10 films took place on March 3, accompanied by the live ensemble.

This project showcases one of the many inter-departmental collaborations that take place at Indiana University. Professors Mark Hood (Recording Arts) and John Gibson (composition) worked with Susanne Schwibs (Communication and Culture) and Jon Vickers of the IU Cinema to bring this project to the screen. Students will soon complete the final mix of these films, for a DVD release planned later this Spring. Here are a few photos from the session and screening, click here for more pictures.

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Mark Hood supervising Recording Arts Students at the screening

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A view of the orchestra pit at the IU Cinema

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Scoring session in Ford Hall

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Record Arts Student Max Mullen at the console

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