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Sundance Documentary ‘32 Sounds’ Sells to Abramorama (EXCLUSIVE)

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Rebecca Rubin Film and Media Reporter “32 Sounds,” an immersive and experiential documentary, has sold North American rights to Abramorama following its premiere at Sundance Film Festival.

The movie, which explores the phenomenon of sound through 32 specific sonic experiences, will begin its nationwide theatrical rollout at New York City’s Film Forum on April 28.

To complete the unique auditory experience, several venues, including Film Forum, will offer audience members individual sets of headphones so they can watch “32 Sounds” the way the filmmaker intended. “32 Sounds” had its world premiere at Sundance, where it played to positive reviews.

Variety’s chief film critic Peter Debruge wrote that the movie is “bursting with humor, emotion and curiosity” and praised it as a “rare and rewarding sonic journey with the potential to enrich our lives.” Directed and written by Sam Green (“The Weather Underground”) and featuring original music by JD Samson, “32 Sounds” seeks to take audiences on a journey through time and space, exploring everything from forgotten childhood memories to the subaquatic symphonies, to experience in new ways the sounds of everyday life.

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