One thing he learned from that experience, he says, “is that you have to go and pee. It’s two hours, you’ve probably had a few beers before moving on. You have to choose your moment.”
Haydn Green has walked hear my eyes Events since 2015. He has previously done 17 of these, including six as part of MIFF, and says there are “many logistical constraints” in deciding which films to re-voice. Things to look out for: visually striking material, a digital print available with a bespoke candle free blend. Things to avoid: old movies where separating the audio track is difficult, lots of dialogue.
The biggest obstacle, however, is the protective instinct of the people who made the films in the first place. “I’m running with a ratio of about 10 knockbacks to every yes,” says Green.
It helps if he can speak to the director in person, he says, “to explain that I have total respect for the film and the original music. It’s not about improving it, it’s just about doing something different, trying to create a live performance.”
Despite the ties to home choppers was no different. According to Harvey, Dominik “was quite cautious at the beginning. “Where’s my say as it is?” was probably the immediate feeling.”
The guitarist says he was originally drafted in to represent the old guard, “but Andrew is so on board now that I’ll probably just be a spare tire in the night”.
“Besides, you’re in town,” adds Liddiard. “It would have been weird for us to do it when you’re just down the road.”
“I would have said, ‘Hey, wait a minute,'” agrees Harvey. “That want were weird.”
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