Friday, January 22, 2016

Unique Documentary Geared towards the Blind to Hit Italian Theaters in February

It's been called a film to watch with your eyes closed. “The Color of Grass” by Juliane Biasi Hendel, a delicate road movie about two young blind friends, will open in Italian theaters in February.
The film, which had its Italian premiere on 18 January in Torino, will be screened in all the main Italian cities in February. “The Color of Grass” offers a one-of-a-kind sensory experience by constructing an audio landscape,  which makes it possible to watch the film with your eyes closed. Made to cater for blind audiences too, "The Color of Grass" technical team includes sound designer Mirco Mencacci, who created a world of sound that immerses the audience into both the physical and emotional worlds of its young protagonists. For the first time in the history of cinema, we have a film that unites blind people and able-sighted people together in a viewing experience.

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