After its successful theatrical run in the UK, USA, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and Belgium (Japan is set for Sept 2018) the film has now been released digitally and/or DVD in just about every country. Below is a list of where you can purchase the film: USA UK Australia New Zealand Belgium Netherlands Germany Austria Switzerland […]
The beautiful original score by Alex Lu has just received a nomination for Outstanding Achievement in Original Music Score by the Cinema Eye Honors. This is an incredible honor and well-deserved recognition for Alex Lu’s delicate and powerful work. Winners will be announced at the 2017 Honors Ceremony on January 11 at the Museum of […]
We are incredibly honored to have received the BEST INTERNATIONAL FEATURE award from Planet In Focus, one of the biggest and most important environmental film festivals in the world. Here are the extremely kind words the festival shared about our film: If documentaries can often claim to inspire their audiences to see the world in […]
Read The Telegraph‘s fantastic front page coverage about the film and other developments in the world of silence and noise pollution around the globe ahead of our big UK theatrical premiere on October 19.
We are proud to announce that the film will be released in theaters nationwide throughout the UK this fall via Dartmouth Film and with support from John Lewis and Quiet Mark! Tickets are now on sale for the film’s London premiere at Picturehouse Central on October 19 which will feature a post-screening Q&A with special […]
Sample the digital album (headphones highly recommended) which features the original soundtrack by Alex Lu and 10 recordings of silent places captured around the world during the making of In Pursuit of Silence and download your copy. Silence is much more than the absence of sound. It can have many textures and qualities that all combine […]
We’re very thrilled to share that the film will be released theatrically nationwide in the U.S. via The Cinema Guild! READ MORE
Wayne Alan Brenner with the Austin Chronicle writes that he is “undone by this film” and that it is “reminiscent of seeing 1982’s Koyaanisqatsi for the first time”. Unbelievably kind words, Mr. Brenner. Read the full review.
Hey everyone! We’re back from our sold-out world premiere in Copenhagen, Denmark (CPH:DOX). IPOS was one of the most popular films screened, prompting the festival to add a third screening. Thanks in large part to the film’s co-presenter Roskilde Festival (Europe’s largest music festival), word spread quickly following our world premiere at The Grand Teatret. […]
Silence is the mother of everything that has come out from the Depth. And Silence kept quiet about what she was unable to describe: the Unspeakable. Clement of Alexandria As In Pursuit of Silence moves towards a likely fall film festival release, we’re continuing to meet and discuss the embodiment of silence and its vast influence upon our […]