'Nobody Make A Sound' is the first release by London Duo D-E-W-L. (Pnut Music & Leon Jean Marie)
For their first release the band comissioned a cinematic short by London director Alexander Ingham Brooke.
The film opens onto a night journey taken by two deaf sisters, seen in retrospect through the eyes of the eldest sister. The fate of the girls is retold in broken events.
Filmed in one night across London's outskirts, featuring a geniune deaf cast. The film is narrated solely in British Sign Language, The director states 'i wanted to create a very internal state for the girls and for sound not 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, the film's references pay homage to Nordic Photography and Film (Lars Tunbjork and Lukas Moodyson).
A film by Alexander Ingham Brooke
Starring: Felix Burnett, Natalia Cybaniak, Christopher Hughes, Leon Jean Marie John Harrison.
Director & D.O.P : Alexander Ingham Brooke
Camera Operator: George de Freitas
Lighting: Christopher Hughes
Grip: Otto West
D.I.T: James Drew
Car Rig: Isnardo Diaz
Colour Correction: James Drew @The Mill
Track: Nobody Make A Sound
Label: First & Last Music