Angus Robertson joins Spectrum Films

02 March, 2016 by Staff Writer

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Award winning sound post producer Angus Robertson will join Spectrum Films as head of sound.

With more than 31 years’ experience across all areas of sound post production, Angus has been involved in 147 feature films and over 300 hours of television.  

Robertson's credits include Dead Calm, The Year My Voice Broke and Black Robe, as well as his more recent work as part of the 2016 Oscar winning sound team on Mad Max: Fury Road.

He has also worked on Truth, The Railway Man, Australia, Happy Feet, The Great Gatsby, The Sapphires, Lord of the Rings, Babe, The Adventures of Priscilla – Queen of the Desert and Little Fish.

Commencing his career at Sound on Film, Robertson managed and operated the ADR and Foley Stage for Spectrum Films from the mid 1980s.  

Since then he has both freelanced as a sound supervisor, editor, recording engineer and mixer.  

In 2007, Robertson joined Deluxe Australia establishing StageOne Sound and overseeing all the company’s sound requirements.

A founding member of the Australia Screen Sound Guild as well as a host of other industry bodies, he has also been a guest lecturer at the Australian Film Television & Radio School for the past 20 years.

Spectrum Films’ General Manager Adam Scott said: “It’s great having Angus return home to Spectrum Films to continue the legacy of our Award Winning Sound department.”  

Now in its 51st year, Spectrum Films has established a new facility at Fox Studios.

The studio has purpose built editorial suites, 5.1 Surround Sound Mix Theatre and DI Colour Grading finishing.

Recent and ongoing projects at Spectrum Films include broadcast productions Peter Allen: Not the Boy Next Door, Brock, Hitting Home, Cleverman and feature productions Gods of Egypt, Hacksaw Ridge, Lion and Joe Cinque’s Consolation. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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