A collection of collections, showcasing the sound design of feature films.
Diegetic sound (i.e. sound from an on-screen source, or sound in the reality of the scene) is world all its own – as these video essays demonstrate.
Little White Lies has a series of supercuts of the sounds (and sights) across directors’ bodies of work. From that collection, here is Luís Azevedo‘s supercut of sounds from the films of Pédro Almodóvar:
Silence is as important as, if not more important than, any other sound in a film – here’s a roundup of explainers and tutorials on just how much there is to hear when there’s “nothing” to hear in film:
A roundup of video essays about sound design in feature films: