Creating a Sonic Atmosphere That Lets the Dialogue of ‘Mrs. Maisel’ Hum

Curated by the IndieWire Crafts team, Craft Considerations is a platform for filmmakers to talk about recent work we believe is worthy of awards consideration.

In partnership with Amazon, for this edition we look at how supervising sound editor and re-recording mixer Ron Bochar created the complex but clear sonic environments of “The Marvelous Mrs.

Maisel.”From the beginning, the Amazon series “The Marvelous Mrs.

Maisel” has raised television’s bar for ambition and audacity, with elaborately choreographed 360-degree camera movements, a broad and vivid color palette, and glamorous lighting and costumes that both invite and earn comparison with some of the greatest movies in Hollywood history.

The show’s connection to classic cinema goes far beyond the visuals, however; perhaps its greatest evocation of classical Hollywood style comes in its lightning fast screwball dialogue, a longtime tradition in the work of showrunners Amy Sherman-Palladino and Dan Palladino.Getting that

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