TIME: A Year in Space ((Sound Design, Mix)) by Daniel Dzula

I've been mixing and doing sound design for Time Magazine's A Year In Space web series, featuring astronaut Scott Kelly as he embarks on a yearlong mission aboard the International Space Station. Produced by Reel Peak Films for Red Border Films.

This is a dream gig for me. You can watch the episodes below, and get more info over at the Year In Space website. 

 

On March 27, Scott Kelly began a historic year in space. Follow Kelly and his twin brother as they test the boundaries of space together. In this episode Scott Kelly says goodbye to family and friends as he leaves to become the first American to spend a year in space.

On March 27, Scott Kelly began a historic year in space. Follow Kelly and his twin brother as they test the boundaries of space together. In this episode, before leaving Earth, astronaut Scott Kelly heads to a once secret space center outside Moscow that is now the scene of an unprecedented collaboration between former enemies.

Scott Kelly begins his long separation from the rest of humanity well before he leaves Earth, as he and his crewmates enter the curious world of pre-flight quarantine.

As the clock ticks down, the astronauts prepare for their final second on Earth.

Watch NASA astronaut Scott Kelly board the International Space Station and adjust to life in space.

Danger lurks both on the ground and in orbit as the crew deals with exploding supply rockets and incoming space debris.

Fixing the space station can mean venturing outside-no easy feat 250 miles away from Earth.

So much rides on the slender thread which connects astronauts in space to family on Earth.

Packing to leave can be bittersweet after a year in space.
Returning from the International Space Station is a wild, scary, violent ride-but it's the only way to get home.

By air and land, rescue vehicles converge in the Kazakh steppe to catch three men falling from space.




{The And} - Interactive Documentary & Website ((SOUND EDIT & MIX)) - Emmy award Winner by Daniel Dzula

I mixed and edited dialogue for {The And}, an 'interactive documentary' and website, which won the New Approaches: Documentaries Emmy at the 36th Annual News & Documentary Emmy Awards (2015). I'm honored to be named on the award with the rest of the groundbreaking creative team at The Skin Deep.

The source material on the website is over 4 hours long (!), but a short excerpt called "Marcela and Rock" premiered in the Shorts Program at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival.

Experience the full-length project at its website: {The And}.

Or read about "Marcel & Rock" (via The New Yorker), and watch the short, below: