Great World of Sound

Great World of Sound's wins and nominations

Lots of exciting news coming through for Great World of Sound, the class project of the January and March 2006 six-week classes. Director Craig Zobel won a Gotham Award last weekend for "Breakthrough Director" and actor Kene Holliday (who played Clarence) was nominated for "Breakthrough Actor." Great World of Sound is also nominated for an Independent Spirit Award in the category "Best First Feature" and Kene Holliday is nominated for "Best Supporting Male."


Great World of Sound opens in theaters

Great World of Sound, the March/April 2006 class project, opens at the Angelika Film Center and Lincoln Plaza Cinemas September 14, 2007 in NYC. Andrew O'Hehir of says... "Great World of Sound is under-the-radar independent filmmaking in the Jarmusch-Casssavetes mode, both noble and ruthless in spirit." Great World of Sound was director by Craig Zobel and edited by TEC Instructor Tim Streeto.


Great World of Sound makes noise at ND/NF

Great World of Sound, the class project of the Jan/Feb 2006 class, played this April Fool's Day weekend at The Walter Reade Theater with New Directors/New Films.  Taking a "bitterly funny, uncomfortably true look at some small-time hustlers," Great World of Sound was proclaimed "one of the best American offerings at this year's Sundance Film Festival."


Sundance Film Festival announces 2007 selections

Congratulations to the following films premiering this year at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival: Great World of Sound, edited by TEC instructor Tim Streeto and the class project of the January and March 2006 six-week classes; No End in Sight, edited by TEC alums Chad Beck and Cindy Lee with consulting editor Alan Oxman; Grace is Gone, co-produced and post supervised by TEC alum Riva Marker; Hounddog, edited by TEC instructor Sabine Hoffman; Never Forever, edited by TEC instructor Pete Beaudreau; Pop Foul, edited by TEC alum Paul Frank; The Ten, edited by TEC instructor Eric Kissack; and The Savages, assistant edited by TEC alum Ali Muney.


The Squid and the Whale nominated for Best Original Screenplay

The Squid and the Whale was nominated today for the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay.  The film was edited by Tim Streeto, who is currently teaching the six-week class at The Edit Center.  Tim's next film, The Great World of Sound, is the project of the January/February 2006 class.