Academy Award winning director, film editor and sound designer Walter Murch is the subject of a new documentary, embeddded above, Sight & Sound: The Cinema Of Walter Murch.
Described by Roger Ebert as “the most respected film editor and sound designer in the modern cinema”, Murch co-wrote and did sound design for George Lucas’s pioneering THX-1138 in 1971 and has had a remarkable career since then. His sound design and film editing credits include: The Godfather I-III, American Graffitti, Apocalypse Now, The Conversation, The Unbearable Lightness of Being and The English Patient.
Murch has won Academy Awards for his work as both a sound designer and as a film editor.
You can view the documentary via the embed above or at the Vimeo site.