Jimmy Brown - 14th Mar 2013

The deep, introspective tension in the soundtrack is matched with Ingham's beautifully cinematic and densely atmospheric short focusing on a late night journey taken by two deaf sisters seen in retrospect by their elder sister.

Filmed in one night on the outskirts of London, it features a deaf cast and is narrated in sign language. Ingham explains: "I wanted to create a very internal state for the girls and for sound not to interfere with D-E-W-L'S track. I decided to play with the title 'Nobody Make A Sound' and shoot a film solely in sign language."


DirectorAlexander Ingham Brooke
GripOtto West
DITJames Drew

Jimmy Brown - 14th Mar 2013

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