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Noise Matters is a satire on the relationship between fame and integrity in a world of eccentric characters brought together by their passion for using trash and everyday objects to create live “noise” to adoring audiences.

This mockumentary, Noise Matters, follows the lives of a professional noise artist, an abstract painter, a social agitator and a recording engineer who form the noise band “Shame On You”. Their troubles start when their manager, Captain Monroe, a con artist conspiracy theorist, insists on having them record an album splitting the band between “noise puritans” and the fortune-seeking opposition. The story explores the implications of creative undertakings within a group and its impact on personal integrity.

The cast of Noise Matters includes Matias Masucci, Ugo Bianchi, Bret Roberts. Joey Capone, Dean Delray, Brian McGuire, Kevin Dorian, Circus-Szalewski and Frank Payne.

http://www.noisematters.org/

FULL CAST: Matias Masucci, Ugo Bianchi, Bret Roberts, Joey Capone, Dean Delray, Brian McGuire, Kevin Dorian, Frank Payne, Circus-Szalewski, Pollyanna McIntosh, Angela Sarafyan, Mona Lee Goss, Ken MacFarlane, Nika Williams, Johnny Skourtis, Angel Fajardo, Gene Richards, Dominique Dorian, Hans Holm, Nicolai Dorian, Brock Branan, Barbara Magnolfi, Tripp Simpson Rezac, Cam Powell, Dan Finkel, Chad Herman, Joey Baldwin, Luciano Mancinoni, Val Snyder, Josh Inch, Austin Jeffcoat, Gregory D. Jeffcoat, Robert Wilhelm, Tuccillo Dodovacles, Tim Hochmuth, Delphine Perroud, Cheryl Currie.

CREW: Sebastien Hameline, Matias Masucci, Hans Holm, Artemio Caballero, Stefania Rosini, Barbara DiCocco, Lee Cantelon, Tanya Miller etc. etc.

ORIGINAL SONG by Veronica Bianqui

Noise Fragments: Prozac for Cows

Prozac For Cows is a simple plan Ryan of Shame On You wants to implement.

“Basically every month what I like to do is try to get in about ten hours of protesting or striking, either one.” This is how Ryan (Dean Delray) starts to explain his latest social cause: giving psychiatric medications to farm animals. He recently joined the “Same Rights For All” group to combat the newly discovered Motion Deficit Disorder in cows who don’t get to “ran and play” outside.

Taken from the film Noise Matters written and directed by Matias Masucci starring Ugo Bianchi, Bret Roberts, Joey Capone, Dean Delray and Matias Masucci.

Raindance TV Interview: Matias Masucci & Pollyanna McIntosh

Raindance TV interviews director Matias Masucci and actress Pollyanna McIntosh in occasion of the 2012 presentation of the independent film Noise Matters at the 20th Raindance Film Festival in London.

Opening night at the Apollo Piccadilly Theatre was the first presentation of the film to an international audience. The film went on to garner further attention and positive reviews.

Here is what the festival had to say about Noise Matters:

“The whole essence of noise is that there are no instruments. We’re not musicians, we make noise.” Noise Matters is a two hour lesson in noise and a journey into the minds of some rather eccentric characters. While it is intimately touching it’s also outrageously funny in its satire on music, noise and the arts.

While it takes the disguise of a simple documentary, it soon becomes clear that this is something out of the ordinary. In Noise Matters we get to follow the fictional noise making band Shame on You. The band consists of Stan, the traumatised abstract painter; Philip; the sound engineer genius; Ryan, the political activist with an anger management issue and the professional noise maker and self proclaimed band leader Dagobert. The band is managed by their completely inappropriate and somewhat delusional manager, Captain Monroe, who wants the band to record an album in order to reach the bigger market. This becomes a question of artistic integrity which splits the band in two camps and threatens to ruin it all.

Matias Masucci’s feature length debut is without a doubt in a class of its own and it’s sure to divide audiences. It’s splendidly bonkers and leaves you wanting just a little bit more.

By Mirjam Genetay

Noise Matters World Premiere: London September 29th

Noise Matters Premiere! We are pleased to announce that Noise Matters will have its world premiere in London on September 29th at the 20th annual Raindance Film Festival.

For further details and to purchase tickets please visit the official Raindance Film Festival page by clicking the link below:

Noise Matters at the 20th annual Raindance Film Festival

Further updates can be found directly at the Noise Matters website at noisematters.org

To view the trailer click here: Noise Matters – Official Trailer

Here is what the festival had to say about our film:

“The whole essence of noise is that there are no instruments. We’re not musicians, we make noise.” Noise Matters is a two hour lesson in noise and a journey into the minds of some rather eccentric characters. While it is intimately touching it’s also outrageously funny in its satire on music, noise and the arts.

While it takes the disguise of a simple documentary, it soon becomes clear that this is something out of the ordinary. In Noise Matters we get to follow the fictional noise making band Shame on You. The band consists of Stan, the traumatised abstract painter; Philip; the sound engineer genius; Ryan, the political activist with an anger management issue and the professional noise maker and self proclaimed band leader Dagobert. The band is managed by their completely inappropriate and somewhat delusional manager, Captain Monroe, who wants the band to record an album in order to reach the bigger market. This becomes a question of artistic integrity which splits the band in two camps and threatens to ruin it all.

Matias Masucci’s feature length debut is without a doubt in a class of its own and it’s sure to divide audiences. It’s splendidly bonkers and leaves you wanting just a little bit more.

by Mirjam Genetay