Walter Murch

Walter Murch, a film editor and sound designer since 1969, has been nominated eight times by the Academy of Motion Pictures. He collaborated on the early films of Francis Coppola and George Lucas (THX-1138, The Godfather parts I and II, The Conversation, American Graffiti, and Apocalypse Now). In 1998 he re-edited and remixed Orson Welles's Touch of Evil, guided by a 58-page memo written by Welles after he had been fired from the film.


Seeing Sound

Sound editor Walter Murch (The Godfather, Apocalypse Now, The English Patient), sound designer Randy Thom (The Right Stuff, The Thin Blue Line), and radio artist Joe Frank deconstruct excerpts from their work...