When we watch film and TV, it’s easy to take for granted all of the hard work that goes on behind the scenes, have a read of my colleague Sam’s blog “The Tip of the Iceberg”.
One aspect thats always fascinated me is foley. Foley is the art of sound recorded after the shooting of the film. Sometimes it might be impossible to capture the sound on set and that’s why foley artists are commissioned to bring scenes alive though the use of sound. One example that springs to mind is the use of coconut shells to simulate horse’s hooves or snapping leeks to create the gruesome sound of bones breaking.
While we won’t be breaking any bones here at Idenna, we will take great care and attention when it comes to creating your films atmosphere and style, making sure it evokes the desired emotion and response in your target audience. Have a look at some of our previous projects to see and hear how we’ve used foley to our client’s advantage.
Hawkins Cinema ad 2015
Hawkins Cinema ad 2015 | Foley Mix