A SYMPHONY OF NOISE
The sound of 3,500 people biting into an apple at the same time. In A SYMPHONY OF NOISE, the acclaimed British musician and sound activist takes us inside his soundscapes and shows us what really matters: listening.
We present the German premiere of the film.
The subtitles are selectable in the audio settings of the video.
No age restriction
Camera: Thilo Schmidt, Anne Misselwitz. Sound: Pascal Capitolin (Sound Design), Richard Borowski (Tonmischung). Editing: Andrew Bird. Music: Matthew Herbert. Production: Kloos & Co. Medien / Kloos & Co. Nord. Producer: Stefan Kloos. Length: 95 min. Distribution: Rise & Shine
Enrique Sánchez Lansch
Born to a Spanish father and a German mother, Lansch grew up in Gijón, northern Spain, and Cologne. He studied music, majoring in singing, as well as Romance studies, philosophy and German studies. While still a student, he began working as a director and author of music and documentary films. Enrique Sánchez Lansch has been living in Berlin since 2002 and works as a director and author mainly of documentary films. In addition, he develops fictional projects.
RHYTHM IS IT! (Ko-Regie: Thomas Grube), D 2004, 120 min.
KUNST DER FUGE, D 2007, 75 min.
DAS REICHSORCHESTER – DIE BERLINER PHILHARMONIKER UND DER NATIONALSOZIALISMUS, D 2007, 90 min.
THE PROMISE OF MUSIC – DER KLANG DER HOFFNUNG, D 2008, 90 min.
PIANO ENCOUNTERS – BEGEGNUNGEN AM KLAVIER, D 2010, 95 min.
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