The Grand Budapest Hotel

The Grand Budapest Hotel

Special Screening
Special One-Time Screening

Duration: 

100min

Rating: 

R

David Sluberski, lecturer at RIT’s School of Film and Animation, specializes in sound design and technology. He currently serves as President of RAVA, the Rochester AudioVisual Association. Recently, he was Audio Post Production producer for the documentary, “A Walk Through History in Mount Hope Cemetery”, which was nominated for a New York State Emmy award in 2014. His company, West Rush Productions, which has produced short films for the Film 360/365 Competition and audio for many documentaries for Rochester-area filmmakers, also provided Sound Design and Audio Post Production for the documentary, “The Intrepid: Discovering Lincoln’s Balloon Corps,” which recently won a Bronze Telly Award, honoring the best in film/video each year. Both films recently aired on WXXI-TV/PBS. In 2012, he was nominated for “Outstanding Non-Tenure Track Teaching Award” at RIT. From 1984-2009, Dave was Senior Audio Producer/Technologist at WXXI Public Broadcasting Council in Rochester NY. During his career, his work was heard nationally on hundreds of NPR and PBS stations. He has recorded and produced over 2000 remote recordings for radio and TV. Dave’s many awards include the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award (1994), as well as numerous Telly and Gabriel awards, and a NYS Emmy (1998). He oversaw audio design for the twelve million-dollar digital conversion to HDTV and digital radio for WXXI. That implementation received finalist status for the 2007 Broadcast Engineering Excellence award for “Digital Studio Facilities.” Dave considers himself a recreational welder. He lives in the town of Rush, NY.

About the Film:

Ends on Thursday May 29th

The Grand Budapest Hotel recounts the adventures of Gustave H, a legendary concierge at a famous European hotel between the wars, and Zero Moustafa, the lobby boy who becomes his most trusted friend. The story involves the theft and recovery of a priceless Renaissance painting and the battle for an enormous family fortune -- all against the back-drop of a suddenly and dramatically changing Continent. 

The speaker for this event is Dave Sluberski
David Sluberski, lecturer at RIT’s School of Film and Animation, specializes in sound design and technology. He currently serves as President of RAVA, the Rochester AudioVisual Association.
Recently, he was Audio Post Production producer for the documentary, “A Walk Through History in Mount Hope Cemetery”, which was nominated for a New York State Emmy award in 2014. His company,
West Rush Productions, which has produced short films for the Film 360/365 Competition and audio for many documentaries for Rochester-area filmmakers, also provided Sound Design and Audio Post Production for the documentary, “The Intrepid: Discovering Lincoln’s Balloon Corps,” which recently won a Bronze Telly Award, honoring the best in film/video each year. Both films recently aired on WXXI-TV/PBS. In 2012, he was nominated for “Outstanding Non-Tenure Track Teaching Award” at RIT.
 From 1984-2009, Dave was Senior Audio Producer/Technologist at WXXI Public Broadcasting Council in Rochester NY. During his career, his work was heard nationally on hundreds of NPR and PBS stations. He has recorded and produced over 2000 remote recordings for radio and TV. Dave’s many awards include the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award (1994), as well as numerous Telly and Gabriel awards, and a NYS Emmy (1998). He oversaw audio design for the twelve million-dollar digital conversion to HDTV and digital radio for WXXI. That implementation received finalist status for the 2007 Broadcast Engineering Excellence award for “Digital Studio Facilities.” Dave considers himself a recreational welder. He lives in the town of Rush, NY.