SANTA MONICA — Therapy Content's HBO docu-series Foo Fighters: Sonic Highways, directed by rock icon Dave Grohl, won two Emmys recently. The series, which received four nominations, collected trophies for “Outstanding Sound Editing For Nonfiction Programming” and “Outstanding Sound Mixing For Nonfiction Programming.”
Foo Fighters: Sonic Highways follows the Foo Fighters’ recording odyssey through eight historically-significant studios across America. Sonic Highways was executive produced by Dave Grohl, James A. Rota, and John Ramsay, and produced for HBO by Roswell Films and Therapy Content.
The project continues Therapy’s longstanding relationship with the musician-turned-director, Grohl. Therapy Content previously produced Grohl’s feature film debut (led by John Ramsay and Jim Rota), Sound City, about the history of the legendary Van Nuys, CA, studio of the same name.
Therapy Studios (http://therapystudios.com), the sister company to Therapy Content, took on the full spectrum of editorial, sound and post production work for Sonic Highways. Therapy editors Meg Ramsay, Grant MacDowell, Kristin McCasey, Scott Hanson, and Lenny Mesina each handled episodes, while audio pros Eddie Kim and Jeff Fuller completed sound design and mixing. Omar Inguanzo, Wren Waters, Cary Welton and Rachel Moorer tackled color and finishing. The opening title sequence was designed by Therapy’s partner design company, Visual Creatures.