Rebecca Hall
Rebecca Hall

Rebecca Hall

Hear director Rebecca Hall discuss her inspiration and filmmaking process for Passing, a film that follows the story of two Black women who can "pass" as white in 1920s New York City.

Making the small and quiet powerful

Tune in as Rebecca Hall discusses her experience of adapting Nella Larsen’s 1929 novel for the screen and her own journey of self discovery. Hear how she used Dolby Atmos to capture the interior lives of the characters and to portray the quieter moments in an “atmospheric” way.

 

Making the small and quiet powerful

Tune in as Rebecca Hall discusses her experience of adapting Nella Larsen’s 1929 novel for the screen and her own journey of self discovery. Hear how she used Dolby Atmos to capture the interior lives of the characters and to portray the quieter moments in an “atmospheric” way.

 

And with Dolby Atmos, it just has a richness to it. And these very quiet sound effects become very thematically rich which was just so thrilling to get to do to have that luxury of instilling quiet sounds with all of the benefits of this technology.

Rebecca Hall, Director

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