The New York Times celebrates the stunning NOTES ON BLINDNESS virtual reality project- a deeply personal piece written by Edward Hoagland. While Hoagland is legally blind himself, he writes with profound insight and lucidity. To read the article, click HERE.
Decorated film critic Stephen Holden of the New York Times calls NOTES ON BLINDNESS "Magnificient."
To read the full review, click HERE.
Notes on Blindness has been nominated for six awards by the British Indie Film Awards. The six categories in which it was nominated are:
Best British Independent Film
Best Debut Director
Best Breakthrough Producer
Outstanding Achievement in Craft
Well deserved by the entire Notes on Blindness team!
Read more here.
If you are in NYC or LA, Notes on Blindness will be coming to a theater near you. You can buy tickets here for Film Forum. Stay tuned for a link to buy tickets for LA.
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In 1983, after decades of steady deterioration, writer and theologian John Hull became totally blind. To help him make sense of the upheaval in his life, he began documenting his experiences on audiocassette. Following the Emmy Award-winning short film of the same name, NOTES ON BLINDNESS takes a creative approach to the documentary form. Actors lip-synch to the voices of the family, embedding John¹s original audio recordings within compelling cinematography and textured sound design. The result is a poetic and intimate story of loss, rebirth and transformation, documenting John¹s extraordinary journey into 'a world beyond sight'.
★★★★★ “The genius of the film is in allowing us to understand and visualise the world of blindness… A beautiful, accessible and thoughtful work of art.” - The Guardian, Charlie Phillips