Tuesday, October 27,  2020


Silent talks

Silent talks
Directed by: Shereen Talaat

Genre: Documentary

Synopsis: “We are here” Music of the deaf and mute. They may not hear it, but they feel the music.

More info: 6 minutes from the 32 minute documentary ‘Silent Talks,’ presenting the theatrical band Sametoon; deaf and mute children, who are under the guidance of choreographer Reda Abdel Aziz make their silent voices heard by expressing their feelings through dance moves and performance art. The film deals with this creative case with parts from their play “friendly fire” (Niran Sadeeqa) that addresses smoking and drug abuse.

Directed by Shereen Talaat
D.O.P Youssef Baroud
Reserch by Azza Sultan
Edit by Nirhan Sami






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