Women He's Undressed

“Soundfirm were both investors and the post production house for ‘Women He’s Undressed.’  The crew at Soundfirm were dedicated to the task of completing the film on time and the result is excellent.  I am grateful to the excellent staff at Soundfirm Sydney for their professionalism and dedication...”

Damien Parer- Producer

Soundfirm have completed the full picture and sound post production on Gillian Armstrong’s ‘Women He’s Undressed,’ a feature-length documentary that chronicles the life of Academy Award winning Australian designer Orry-Kelly.  Unfamiliar at home, the Kiama born designer created wardrobes for the silver screen from the 1930s to 1960s.  Kelly’s design credits include; Hollywood’s biggest studios, most memorable stars, and films hits such as ‘Some Like it Hot’ and ‘An American in Paris.’

Soundfirm CEO, Roger Savage, said “we were involved in this film from a very early stage, both as investors in it, and as the picture and sound post production facility. Our team in Sydney have done a fantastic job, especially with their treatment and management of the archive content.  We’re confident that the story of Kelly’s life will have tremendous appeal, and do very well.”

Paul Willey, General Manager, added: “this film is a great example of the holistic approach we are now taking when working with Producers and Directors: from the closing of production finance, to the management of specialist in-house and local freelance talent, we’re genuinely coming on board as an integral part of the team, from development to delivery.”


Conform and Online Editor, Shane Goddard

FX Artist, Nils Crompton

Graphic Designers, Betsy Baker

Graphic Designer, Michelle French

Colourist, Billy Wychgel


Sound Supervisor and Editor, Rob MacKenzie

Re-recording Mixer and Editor, Andy Wright

Voice Over and ADR recording, Diego Ruiz

Foley Artist, Alex Francis

Foley Walker, Mario Vaccaro


CEO, Soundfirm, Roger Savage

General Manager, Paul Willey

Post Producer, Jasmin Turnbull


Post Production Supervisor, Colleen ClarkeKelly_Orry

Lest We Forget What? ABC2.

Soundfirm have completed the editorial and audio post production on Kate Aubusson's documentary ‘Lest We Forget What?’ for the ABC, ahead of ANZAC Day Commemorations.

Editorial (offline) was based at Soundfirm’s Sydney facility, and further accommodated at their building on Fox Studios, to facilitate extra edit time and moving schedules.  Broadcaster screenings were also undertaken in Soundfirm’s broadcast-edit room, both on the Dolby PRM Monitor, and on our 4k client viewing monitor.

Soundfirm’s Diego Ruiz expertly cut, pre-and-final mixed the film, as well as undertaking the recording of ADR, and a narration track.

When we reflect on WWI what are we remembering? The facts, or just one small part of the ANZAC story, a story steeped in legend? Ask yourself this question when ANZAC Day comes about - Lest we forget what?

Soundfirm’s General Manager, Paul Willey said “Diego (Ruiz) should be very proud of his work on this project.  He worked tirelessly to ensure that the broadcast track was the perfect mix.  The support we offered this film, both commercially and creatively, proves our desire to ensure that quality documentary plays a key role in Australia’s TV-watching culture.  Our facilities are set-up to offer just that sort of support and flexibility to film-makers in the factual space now.”



 The film airs on Sunday 19th April, repeated on the 22nd at 9.30pm, ABC2.









Soundfirm CEO at The 5th Beijing Film Festival 2015

Soundfirm CEO, Roger Savage, will be in China this week, attending the Beijing International Film Festival, and Beijing Film Market.

Roger will be joined by Managing Director, Soundfirm Beijing, Geng Ling.  We will have a presence at both the film market and the main festival.

Soundfirm have operated in China for well over a decade – one of the first Australian film and TV companies to collaborate in the Chinese market, and certainly the first Australian post production company to engage with local Chinese film makers working internationally and on the mainland.

For meetings and schedules, please contact Helen Field or Paul Willey.