The Sound Is Innocent

 
In this documentary essay, the director personally presents the history of electronic and experimental music from the pre-war years to the present day. The film takes place in an almost dream-like space-time that serves both as a recording studio and as a museum of technological artifacts. The sonically and visually layered excursion to the beginnings of the efforts to liberate and conceptualize sound is also a debate about the forms, possibilities, and perspectives of the acoustic relations to the world, in which the voices of the past constantly overlap with the sounds of the future. (International Documentary Film Festival Jihlava)

Director's Biography
Johana Ožvold: Actress, musician, writer, singer, curator and filmmaker Johana Ožvold, born in 1983, made her first short films at FAMU, where she began to study in 2009. For "Hi, I'm Doing Fine" (2013), she won a prize at the Festival of Film Schools in Poitiers, France, and her diploma film "Black Cake" (2016) won the 33rd FAMUfest.  Film Selection: The Sound Is Innocent (2019, doc) - Black Cake (2013, short) - Hi, I'm Doing Fine (2013, doc short)
Crossing Europe Extracts 2020
Johana Ožvold
Czech Republic / France / Slovakia 2019
color
68 minutes
English / Czech / French
OV with English subtitles
Screenplay Johana Ožvold, Lukáš Csicsely
Cinematography Šimon Dvořáček
Editing Zuzana Walter
Sound/Sounddesign Adam Voneš, Martin Ožvold
Music Martin Ožvold
With François Bonnet, Steve Goodman, Julian Rohrhuber, John Richards
Producer(s) Kristýna Michálek Květová, Jean Laurent Csinidis, Ivan Ostrochovský, Katarina Tomkova
Production
Cinémotif Films, Films de Force Majeure, Punkchart Films
World Sales
Cinémotif Films
Austrian Premiere
World Premiere
Visions du Réel International Film Festival Nyon 2019
Weltpremiere / World Premiere
Visions du Réel International Film Festival Nyon 2019

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