IN CONVERSATION WITH THE PASSING SOUND TEAM

TALKS

1H 30MIN

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Availability ended 31/3/2021 BST
TALK: Available on demand during the festival (included with your ticket)
The sound and music team behind the 2021 Netflix drama PASSING, written and directed by Rebecca Hall, talk about how they recreated the sounds of 1920's New York during the global pandemic. The film follows mixed-race childhood friends as they reunite in adulthood and become obsessed with one another's lives. Irene is African-American, married to a black doctor named Brian, while Clare is pretending to be white and is married to John, a man who is racist against black people. The film stars Tessa Thompson, Ruth Negga, André Holland, Alexander Skarsgård, and Bill Camp. Watch the exclusive interview with Jacob Ribikoff, Chad Birmingham and Alexandra Eckhardt here during the festival.

“A superbly performed study of racialized longing and feminine dissatisfaction in 1920s New York, lit by searing intelligence and compassion.” VARIETY

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