CINEMA SOUND PRODUCTION :
- Sound Design, Foley, Special Sound SFX/FX, Mixing (Cinema/TV/Advertising)
- Dolby Digital Encoding in all Formats (Cinema) Dolby Atmos
- Tone/Video fine cut (Cinema/TV/Advertising)
- Sound Tracs (Cinema/TV/Advertising)
- Actors Casting/ Voices Base
- DCP 3D/2D
- Source Connect
Cinema Sound Production is a big studio complex with 15-year-long work experience in the sphere of sound recording, postproduction, and mixing films and music in the formats Surround 5.1/7.1, Dolby Atmos, and stereo. We perform all audio works for film production. The studio consists of five microphone recording rooms, Dolby studio with a big screen and 4K projector, Dolby RMU processor, and JBL acoustics with mixing consol AVID S6M40.
The studio offers high-quality works on re-recording of films, post-dubbing, foley recording, audio design and film mixing in 5.1/7.1. Recording of music and movie sound tracks with the possibility of further Dolby Digital and DCP coding.
The services include sound recording and mixing; foley recording; sound recording and mixing in 7.1 or Dolby Atmos for film industry; sound recording on set.
We use our many-year-long work experience to achieve the best possible result.
Our lab performs DCP mastering and remastering with key generation (KDMS) for movie theaters’ servers.
We offer the following services:
- Foley recording
- Sound recording on set for films
- Music for movies
- Trailer editing
- Movie translation
- Casting of actors
- DCP KDMS Key coding
- Synchronous sound recording
“Anton” is the last film of Zaza Urushadze! Zaza Urushadze was nominated for an Oscar! The film is set in 1919 in the German colony of Hildendorf near Odessa. A German family lives there quietly – Nicholas, Christina and their children: the elder Johan, ten-year-old Anton and his younger sister Emma. Their peaceful life is disturbed by the arrival of the Bolsheviks. Hunger and death set in. All this is happening in front of Anton and his friend Jacob, who is just beginning to learn about life
The Cinema Sound Production Studio has done a set of works for a new film by German director Harald Franklin, Heroes and Cowards.
The director has involved Ukrainian actors for the most of the roles in his film, something that’s been gradually becoming more and more frequent, since it is considered that Ukraine traditionally has a good school of acting.
Heroes and Cowards is an action films that focuses on the subject of international terrorism. Harald Franklin, in his own specific manner, presents his view on this evil, which is widespread throughout the world.
What will the heroes do when their close people find themselves on the opposite sides of the barricades? Who will act as a coward, and who will retain their moral courage? What can one sacrifice for the person they care about?
The Cinema Sound Production Studio has done a set of works for the joint Ukrainian-British production, a spy thriller Legacy of Lies (voicing and mixing for 5.1 surround sound). The film was directed by Adrian Bol.
The events in the film unfold in Kyiv. An ex-MI6 agent is thrown back by the circumstances into the world of espionage. The kidnapping of his daughter forces him to take up arms in order to get the shocking information about the secret materials of international special services.
The film stars famous Ukrainian and Western actors, such as Scott Adkins, Martin McDougall, Yuliia Sobol, Anna Butkevich, et al.
The film Cherkasy tells a story of Myshko and Lev, two guys from Ukrainian countryside who find themselves on a Ukrainian military ship Cherkasy, located on the Crimean lake Donuzlav, when the annexation of the Crimea in 2014 was underway.
Directed by Tymur Yashchenko
Genre: military drama
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Starring: Olha Poliakova, Mykhailo Kukuiuk, Dasha Astafyeva, Anna Salyvanchuk, Oleksii Vertynsky, Viacheslav Dovzhenko, Mykhailo Khoma
Director: Andres Ekis
The entire set of sound production works (synchronous sound recording, audio design, 5.1 mixing)
The Cinema Sound Production Studio has accomplished the entire set of sound production works for the film Producer, which included on set sound recording, audio design, foley recording, editing, and post-dubbing in 5.1 format.
The history of Hollywood road movie genre is surrounded with legends, offering movie journeys for every taste. After cult The Blues Brothers, cruise Little Miss Sunshine, and loafer-criminal Wild at Heart by David Lynch, the comedy movie Producer is trying to follow suit.
This is a Ukrainian debut in this genre, telling a story of a good-for-nothing film producer, who wastes his film funds for endless partying. As the shooting is about to start on the following day, he has no money to pay for it.
After all, the hero has to work hard on winding a way out, find the needed money, repeat and be hit by his mistakes, and overcome some extraordinary obstacles.
According to a legend, Morshyn was founded on the place where a meteorite, rich in rare metal, osmium, once fell. Snizhana, a shopping mall director, decides to lay hands on the valuable site. But 11 kids from Morshyn, united in one team to fight the injustice, ruin her plans.
Interesting facts about the movie 11 Kids from Morshyn:
- In 2018 11 Kids from Morshyn won in the first competition of patriotic films held by the Ministry of Culture of Ukraine.
- According to the producer, he came up with the idea to shoot an adventure movie quite spontaneously, inspired by the legend about the Morshyn meteorite.
The Cinema Sound Production Studio did all the works on voicing and audio post-production for the film.
Woman at War (Kona fer í stríð) is a 2018 Icelandic-Ukrainian comedy-drama film written, produced and directed by Benedikt Erlingsson, and starring Halldóra Geirharðsdóttir.
Following a premiere at 2018 Cannes Film Festival via the International Critics’ Week, it was released on 22 May 2018 to critical acclaim and was selected as the Icelandic entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 91st Academy Awards, but it was not nominated.
Halla, a choir conductor and eco-activist, plans to disrupt the operations of a Rio Tinto aluminium plant in the Icelandic highlands, purposely damaging electricity pylons and wires to cut their power supply.
One day, a long-forgotten application to adopt an orphan child from Ukraine is approved. At the same time, the government ramps up police and propaganda efforts in order to catch and discredit her. The film revolves around her attempts to reconcile her dangerous and illegal activism with the upcoming adoption.