by / February 18th, 2012 /

Silence, a film inspired by folklore & field sound recording debuts at Jameson Dublin International Film Festival

Silence is a new film premiering at The Lighthouse Cinema during the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival at 8.45pm on Thursday 23rd February.

Centering on a sound recordist who returns to Ireland for the first time in 15 years on a job to record landscapes free from man-made sound. He visits remote towns and villages and gets drawn into conversations and encounters. The film is intense and medatative if the trailer is anything to go by and it’s inspired by folklore and archive.

Music in the film comes from Los Angeles-based composer Akira Rabelais, Irish composers Karl Burke, Sean Mac Erlaine and Canadian multi-instrumentalist Damian Valles.

Silence (Trailer) from Harvest Films on Vimeo.