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Lost and Sound

A new film documenting the ability to enjoy music after losing your hearing

  • 08/03/2012
  • Sinead Garvan

A new British documentary will get it's world premiere at this year's SXSW in Austen, Texas.

Lost and Sound has been made by a partially deaf filmmaker and features three people with varying degrees of deafness as they try to rediscover music.

There is a dancer who was born deaf, a 12 year old pianist who lost her hearing as a baby and a music critic who suddenly became deaf in one ear in his fifties.

This film shows how you can still enjoy music even though you are not hearing it the conventional way, it also shows the human being's ability to overcome adversity and still enjoy one of life's greatest gifts, music.

We spoke to the lady behind the film, Lindsey Dryden:

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