Anything Goes : Deaf film director can finally hear the soundtracks to his films by Andrew Heard

Andrew Heard

Deaf film director can finally hear the soundtracks to his films

Deaf film director can finally hear the soundtracks to his films
Deaf film director can finally hear the soundtracks to his films
he first thing you notice about the short film is that you never hear dialogue, only the dreamy, Daniel Lanois-type score. Instead, it's subtitled - even though the actors appear to be speaking in Eng…
Richard "RB" Botto

What a great article. Inspiring. Thanks for sharing, Andrew.

Andrew Heard

Indeed, it really touched me.

Simon © Simon

Good article, I am surprised at how well it was written. The kids got a new palette.

Jack Remington

Hope Mr. Chapman continues...

Andrew Heard

Me too.

Julian Nabunya

good news .

Laura Koons

Taken back by Austin's (Chapman) heartbreaking short film. Very moving. Thanks again for sharing.

Amanda Murray

I am a deaf film maker and one of the first things people notice about my movies is how quiet they are. There is very little dialogue and almost no music. People seem to like it, though. I am glad Mr. Lanois is happy with his decision, but I would never want to be hearing. I like being a deaf film maker.

Andrew Heard

I recently got involved with a series that is entirely silent. If you're interested, check it out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mkkfi5kgGn4&list=UUb2_yLBOz5vxW3a43K676cw

Pat Savage

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