Talent & Staff
Darren Sunny Warkentin
Darren Sunny Warkentin

Darren “Sunny” Warkentin began his sound career in 1999 when he joined Pacific Ocean Post after graduating from Kansas State University. Rapidly working his way up, Sunny became a Re-Recording Mixer in 2001, working on feature restorations and foreign dialogue mixes for Paramount, Sony, and MGM. He served as the Supervising Sound Editor at POP until 2014 when he joined Soundelux. He then left to join NBCUniversal StudioPost in 2015 where he has worked with several acclaimed directors and is a multiple Golden Reel Award nominee.  Sunny enjoys the creative and collaborative process of bringing a story to life with sound. “When I am working, I think about how each sound will affect the tone of the story and how it will make the audience feel.”

 

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FEATURES

  • Daddy's Home - Sean Anders, John Morris, Paramount Pictures
  • Spy - Paul Feig, 20th Century Fox
  • The November Man - Roger Donaldson, Relativity Media
  • Ouija - Stiles White, Blumhouse
  • Marine 4: Moving Target - William Kaufman, WWE Studios
  • The Magic Of Belle Isle - Rob Reiner, Magnolia Pictures
  • Jiro Dreams of Sushi - David Gelb, Preferred Content
  • The Tragedy - Ersen Denk, Silver Spear Pictures
  • Altergeist - Tedi Sarafian, Heckart Stuidos
  • The Lookalike - Richard Gray, Emedia Films
  • See No Evil 2 - Jen and Sylvia Soska, Lionsgate
  • Leprechaun: Origins - Zach Lipovsky, WWE Studios
  • Search Party - Scot Armstrong, Gold Circle Films
  • Heatstroke - Evelyn Purcell, Bold Films
  • General Education - Tom Morris, Pelican House Productions
  • Date and Switch - Chris Nelson, Dude Productions
  • Breaking the Girls - Jamie Babbit, Myriad Pictures
  • Best Night Ever - Jason Friedberg, Aaron Seltzer, Blumhouse
  • Family Weekend - Benjamin Epps, Footprint Features
  • Zombie Fever - Kirill Kemnits, New Wave Productions
  • The Starving Games - Jason Friedberg, Aaron Seltzer, Louisiana Prod. Consultants
  • Blinder - Richard Gray, Revival Films
  • Freerunner - Lawrence Silverstein, Vitamin A Films