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True Sound Facade is a poetic dance and animation film in which a dancer realises their digital self feels truer than their real world self. It was commissioned by the Barbican museum in London and stars dancer Kino McHugh. By combining live-action and animation, the film becomes a celebration of how our inner and outer lives merge with each other playfully in the act of artistic creation. It takes inspiration from the Japanese notions of 'Honne' - the true sound, one's true feelings - and tatemae - the façade we put up to live in society.

  • Year
    2020
  • Runtime
    0:02:30
  • Language
    N/A
  • Country
    United Kingdom
  • Filmmaker
    Laura N-Tamara