Lost and Sound

Dir. Lindsey Dryden, 76 Minutes/UK (2012), Canadian Premiere

About the Film

Lost and Sound is a moving creative documentary, made by a partially deaf filmmaker. It weaves its way through a startling world of sound and silence, via the ears and brains of three extraordinary people as they try to rediscover music: a dancer deaf since birth, a young pianist who lost her hearing as a baby, and a music critic facing sudden partial deafness.

About the Director

Lindsey Dryden is a partially deaf documentary filmmaker and obsessive music lover from London, UK. She's worked on documentaries for broadcasters like the BBC, Channel 4 and Current TV. She has also screened her films at True/False, East End Film Festival, the BFI and others. This is her first feature.