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El sonido del Terror

Documentary about the importance of Sound in cinema and more specifically in Horror cinema. Through the testimony of technicians and artists of sound editing, Foley FX, music and montage, we will discover the importance of it.

Festivals, awards and nominations

Festival internacional de Sitges, Festival Paura de Valencia, Nocturna de Madrid, Fantasti´CS (Castellón), Semana de cine fantástico de San Sebastián, Stuff Film Festival (ciudad de México)

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Luis Esquinas Chanes
Teresa Font, Gabriel Gutiérrez, Miguel Barbosa, Diego Satub y Antonio Asián
Spain
Spanish
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Luis Esquinas Chanes

Director of documentaries since 2015, he combines teaching with production and collaboration on a technical and creative level with other projects. Specialized in the fantasy and horror genre, its production aims to show the public characters and facets of little-known genre cinema. A true film archaeologist, who has told us about Juan Piquer's cinema, cult films such as Escalofrío or Sebastián D´Arbó's parapsychological cinema. In his latest work El Sonido del Terror, he talks about the importance of Sound in cinema and more specifically in Horror cinema. Through the testimony of technicians and artists of sound editing, Foley FX, music and editing.

Filmography

The Simon´s Jigsaw. Un viaje al Universo de Juan Piquer Simón. (2015) Satan´s Blood. Recuerdos de Escalofrío (2016) El Pionero. El cine parapsicológico de Sebastiá D´Arbó (2018) El sonido del terror (2021)

Crew

ScreenwriterLuis Esquinas Chanes
ProducerLuis Esquinas Chanes
ComposerAntonio Asáin, Mark Korven
EditorLuis Esquinas Chanes

Contact

Sales agentLuis Esquinas Chanes

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