Issue: Audio - September 2007


RALEIGH, NC - Blazing Music + Sound will host “An Evening with Graham Townsley” on October 11the from 6pm to 8pm. Townsley is an award-winning producer, director and writer of Nova’s and National Geographic’s highly acclaimed The Great Inca Rebellion. He will share his experiences in making the one-hour documentary, which sheds new light on the fall of the Incan Empire. Townsley will be joined by the film’s editor Bonnie Cutler, music composer Aaron Keane, and sound designer Willie Elias.

The Great Inca Rebellion begins at a mass grave with skeletons that clues about a fierce 16th century battle between Inca warriors and Spanish invaders. Through a mix of crime-lab science, archeology and history, Townsley’s film presents surprising new evidence of what happened, including what may be the first gunshot wound in the Americas.

The event will be held on the main sound stage at Trailblazer Studios and is open to independent producers, writers, directors and other pros in the filmmaking industry. Blazing Music + Sound is a boutique of Trailblazer Studios. Those interested in attending should pre-register by visiting the studio’s Website (