What’s that you heard? It’s Kierston and Matthew chiming in with their take on why 1927’s The Jazz singer (The first feature length film with synchronized music and dialogue) changed film as we know it. Come listen in to how this classic story of man-against-society was groundbreaking for its time!
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Today WILDsound Launches it's Ten-part mini series on Ten Films That Shaped Cinematic History! Heads-up! This isn't in chronological order! Pulp fiction falls somewhere right in the middle, but that's no problem with us, we are stoked to share it with you!Read More