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ALL THE SILENCE

THURSDAY, JUNE 20 @ 6:30 PM

MNN at 38th Street

509 West 38th Street

New York, NY 10018

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ORIGINAL TITLE:
TODO EL SILENCIO
DIRECTOR(S):
Diego del Río
COUNTRY:
Mexico
DATE COMPLETED:
2023
LENGTH OF FILM:
78 min
FILM CATEGORY:
Drama
PRODUCER(S):
Inna Payán, Maria Ayub, Adriana Llabrés, Luis Salinas
CAST:
Adriana Llabrés, Ludwika Paleta, Moisés Melchor, Monserrat Marañon, Lilia Navarro

Miriam teaches sign language in the mornings and is part of a professional theater production in the afternoons, maintaining a stable and passionate relationship with her girlfriend Lola. Although her life is very much connected to the routine of a deaf person, her world begins to crumble when she discovers that she is losing her hearing.

With input from multiple deaf advisors and featuring an extensive deaf and hard of hearing cast, the film immerses the audience in Miriam’s experience and her emotional turmoil through innovative sound design, while asking us to contemplate what it is to hear, see and speak.

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Diego del Río

Diego del Río has directed works such as Rent, next to normal, Casi Normales by B. Yorkey (winner of the 2019 METRO Award for Best Director and nominated for Best Translation/Adaptation at the 2019 METRO Awards), Las tres hermanas by A. Chekhov (Nominated for Best Translation/Adaptation at the 2019 METRO Awards), El zoológico de cristal by T. Williams (Nominated for Best Direction, Best Play, and Best Translation/Adaptation at the 2018 METRO Awards), Buenas Personas by D. Lindsay Abaire, The Seagull by A. Chekhov, Wit by M. Edson, Reasons to Be Pretty by Neil LaBute, to name a few. He has translated and adapted works by Tennessee Williams, Neil LaBute, Anton Chekhov, Frank Wedekind, Terrence McNally, etc. He developed two television series, including a dark comedy called Oh la la!, which is upcoming.

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