The Sound of Silence

A deaf girl accepts a lift from a stranger which seems to result in an unexpected romance. Things however are not all as they seem.

  • Josh Rimmer
    Black Horse Canvas, The Buffalo, God's Forgotten, Kingdom, The Breaking Ground
  • Josh Rimmer
    Black Horse Canvas, The Breaking Ground, God's Forgotten, Kingdom, The Buffalo
  • Josh Rimmer
  • Heather Goldsmith
  • Ben Sheridan
  • Antony Shiers
    Key Cast
    God's Forgotten, Kingdom, The Buffalo, The Breaking Ground
  • Grace McGregor
    Key Cast
  • Ben Sheridan
    Key Cast
    Black Horse Canvas, Kingdom, 45 Years, The Burial Game, The Buffalo
  • Sarah Lowe
    Key Cast
    45 Years
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  • Genres:
    Drama, Romance, Arthouse
  • Runtime:
    44 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    April 1, 2017
  • Production Budget:
    4,000 EUR
  • Country of Origin:
    United Kingdom
  • Country of Filming:
    United Kingdom
  • Language:
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  • Film Color:
    Black & White and Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
Director Biography - Josh Rimmer

Building his repertoire through the Arthouse scene, Josh Rimmer has become known in his local film scene for his hard hitting and at times controversial films based in a surreal reality surrounded by tragedy.

His work often asking its viewers to question morality while it tests the boundaries of todays norms and values, he has set his films looking at race, religion, sex and more often than not, violence.

Often creating his films with a strong focus on eye catching cinematography, usually shot in black and white, throwing normal people into extraordinary circumstances, Josh has never wasted an opportunity to place his stylised mark in a group of genres.

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Director Statement

I never try and guess what people want to see; that's setting yourself up to fail. Instead, I try and show people what they haven't seen. I like to take the stories we all know and turn them upside down just when you think you know what's about to happen. Never assume your audience is stupid but always assume that they are bored. Challenge them certainly, but always entertain them.