CONTACT: WOODY [at] AlliedPost [dot] com
AUDIO POST PRODUCTION
Woody Woodhall, CAS is Studio Principal of Allied Post Audio in Santa Monica, CA and is an award winning supervising sound editor, sound designer and re-recording mixer. He has sound supervised and mixed feature films and documentaries and for television he’s recorded VO’s, sound edited and mixed hundreds of episodes of programming for Netflix, Amazon Studios, YouTube Red, Vice, MTV, The CW, Comedy Central, Food Network, Nat Geo, History, USA Network and VH-1 to name a few.
Recent television mixing includes three seasons of the series “Ozzy & Jack’s World Detour” for A&E, and the first season of “Dopesick Nation” for Viceland. Recent feature mixing includes the film release, “Lost Fare”, produced and directed by Bruce Logan, as well as the award-winning feature documentary detailing the opioid crisis, “American Relapse.”
A filmmaker as well as a sound professional, he is a producer of the acclaimed feature length documentary “Joe Frank – Somewhere Out There” as well as the film “Silent Radio” which won Best Foreign Film – USA at the European Independent Film Festival. He is currently directing and producing, “Contact High”, a project that he also wrote. “Protocol” a science fiction short film has played the festival circuit and a short documentary which he directed and edited, “Why Do I Exist?”, won best picture editing in the experimental category at the 2009 Los Angeles Reel Film Festival.
Author of the college textbook, Audio Production and Post Production, Woody’s book is used at universities across the world. He is a contributing blogger to ProVideo Coaltion on audio matters under his channel Sound For Picture. As a guest lecturer on audio post practices and techniques he has presented for the Producers Guild of America (PGA), Filmmakers Alliance, Savannah College of Art and Design, Loyola Marymount College (LMU), Musicians Institute, and Doculink.
Woody also heads the Los Angeles Post Production Group (LAPPG), with a membership of over 5,000, where he shares his filmmaking expertise alongside other working professionals and industry leaders on a monthly basis for the LA post production community.
A member of IATSE Local 700, re-recording mixer member of the Cinema Audio Society, (CAS) and a member of the Audio Engineering Society (AES), Woody is dedicated to using all of his resources to advocate for post-production and particularly supporting the sound industry, the artists who work in it, and the knowledge that can be shared with others.
Woody with Peabody Winner, spoken word icon Joe Frank
SOUND FOR AWARD WINNING DOCUMENTARY PROJECTS
A longtime supporter and advocate for independent filmmaking projects and documentaries, many of the projects Woody has contributed sound are award winners as well:
American Relapse – Supervising Sound Editor/Sound Designer/ Re-recording Mixer *Winner – Best Documentary – Rhode Island International Film Festival
Baby Brother – Supervising Sound Editor/Sound Designer/ Re-recording Mixer – *Premiered at Sundance Film Festival, NY Times Featured Documentary
After Auschwitz – Supervising Sound Editor/Sound Designer/ Re-recording Mixer – -Winner – Best Documentary – Mammoth Film Festival Winner – Best Documentary – Long Beach International Film Festival, Winner – Best Documentary – Los Angeles Women’s Film Festival
Best Worst Movie – Supervising Sound Editor/Sound Designer/ Re-recording Mixer – Winner – Audience Award – Hot Docs, Roger Ebert’s Top 10 List for Documentaries 2010
Hitchhiking to the Edge of Sanity – Supervising Sound Editor/Sound Designer/ Re-recording Mixer- Emmy Award Winner
A Life Ascending – Supervising Sound Editor/Sound Designer/ Re-recording Mixer – Winner – Best Documentary – DocuWest International Film Festival
Next Year Country – Supervising Sound Editor/Sound Designer/ Re-recording Mixer – Winner – Best Documentary – DocuWest International Film Festival