Supersonic’s Svendborg department is now called Supersonic Fyn, and will be moving to a new cozy home at Boltingaard in Ringe. We’re starting our latest venture off with a bang – by building Denmark’s first Atmos mix theatre outside of Copenhagen, designed by Jakob N Wincentz. Fully equipped with Meyer Sound speakers, provided by our friends over at Nordic Pro Audio. In addition to pristine sound, our new location will also have a brand new color grading suite, as well as a foley box to complete our one-stop-shop post-production vision that we currently have in Copenhagen. We expect to have all the facilities ready to bring your projects to life on the 1st of September 2018. Stay tuned!
Be sure to check out Forhøret over Lucullus, a radio-cinema exhibition premiering on the 20th of February at ‘Dage med Brecht/Days with Brecht’ in Svendborg. We’ve had the pleasure of being part of story lining with director Ida Fogh Kiberg, recording sound on set, editing, as well as doing the cinema mix.
Read more about the festival at: http://brechtfestival.dk/
We’re happy to announce that Supersonic now has an office at Skovgårdsgade 3F in Aarhus. We’re surround by other creatives including Filmværkstedet, and other younger upcoming talents. Two creative young guns are holding up the fort, who have backgrounds in screenwriting and directing. Welcome on board David and Søren!
Our Århus department is currently busy in the development stage of our first feature film as producers. Stay tuned!
We’ve been hard at work on this 24 episode series that’s set to be shown on DR Ultra later this month. Read all about it in the article below:
Asta Film’s ‘Sikke et Cirkus’ is our next feature film project we’ll be doing sound for. Catch it in theatre’s across Denmark on the 5th of October. Don’t miss it!
We’ve become Producers for the new children series ‘Kolonien’ which airs this October on DR Ultra. We’re in the final month of filming and are doing everything from manuscripts to post-production in house.
Find out more about the series in the article below: