Seeking the truths of being a foley artist | Foley with Ruth Sullivan
This week, hot off of working on Simon Pegg and Nick Frost's Truth Seekers, Ruth Sullivan joins Rhianna and Michael to reflect on the forgotten world of foley. From creating the sounds of swishing dresses and creaking corsets for period dramas such as Peterloo and Jamestown to stabbing melons and cabbages for murder scenes in the likes of Killing Eve, discover the many, messy layers of composing sound effects.
This is Wrap Party, the podcast that toasts the excellence of the creatives and craftspeople working behind-the-scenes on some of your favourite films and TV shows.
- Truth Seekers (TV series). Nick Frost plays a paranormal investigator in a creepy comedy where things most certainly go bump in the night. Watch on Prime Video.
- Peterloo (film). Mike Leigh's rousing depiction of the cavalry charge that massacred peaceful protestors in Manchester in 1819. Some celery may have been harmed in the making of this film. Watch on Prime Video.
- Jamestown (TV series). Following the first settlers of England's colony in Virginia, featuring a whole New World of 17th-century textures and sounds. Buy via Prime Video.
- The World Is Not Enough (film) Pierce Brosnan's Bond protects the daughter of an oil tycoon in this explosive blockbuster. The secret ingredient to the skiing scene? Salt. Table salt. Rent via Prime Video.
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