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FRIGHTFEST 2021 PREVIEW: SOUND OF VIOLENCE

Inspired by his short film, Conductor, Alex Noyer's directorial feature debut Sound of Violence will screen for the first time in the UK at FrightFest 2021 followed by a DVD, Blu-ray and Digital release on 30th August. The film screened at SXSW in March of this year and gained praise for its distinctive visual style and unapologetic approach to its bloody violence. Everything the discerning horror fan needs.

Synopsis:

After witnessing the brutal murder of her family at age ten, music student Alexis has finally recovered her sense of hearing. But that visceral experience awakened synaesthetic abilities within and now she only finds healing solace in the sounds of bodily harm. So Alexis starts devising ingenious methods of causing pain – razor sharp harp strings, a torture piano and speaker limb grafting - to record victim’s screams of torment and death rattles to compose a gruesome symphonic masterpiece. But as the baffled police investigate, and her best friend is put in danger, can carnage conductor Alexis stop her violent compulsion?

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Sound of Violence receives its UK premiere on 29th August 2021 at 1pm in The Main Screens. For tickets go to: http://www.frightfest.co.uk/tickets.html

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Arrow Video FrightFest 2021 takes place at the Cineworld Leicester Sq. between Thurs Aug 26th & Mon Aug 30th.

For detailed information on the line-up, ticketing details & event guidelines https://www.frightfest.co.uk/

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