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Logline: In a world filled with noise, there is another sound worth hearing, and her name is Rachel Flowers.
“Hearing Is Believing” is the new feature documentary from award-winning producer/director Lorenzo DeStefano (“Talmage Farlow,” “Los Zafiros-Music From The Edge Of Time”). It introduces the world to the astonishingly talented young musician and composer, Rachel Flowers.
DeStefano and his team have created a dynamic and engaging portrait of a year and a half in the life of a tight knit American family, a single mom and her two kids, living paycheck to paycheck, with Rachel’s stunning music as the soundtrack. Their film revels in Rachel’s joyous love of song, illuminating the bonds of family and the divine mysteries of creativity.
Producer/Director: Lorenzo DeStefano
Executive Producer: Sandra Ruch
Directors of Photography: David Pu’u & Nik Blaskovich
Edited by Kevin D. Wilson
Sound: Steve Miller, John Austin, Brian Hutchison
About the Film:
Making a film about someone’s life, even a short period of that life, is not something to enter into lightly, for filmmaker or subject. It is a bond that has to hold for a very long time before fruition, and a lifetime afterwards.
Rachel Flowers’ given abilities and the music that is her inspiration make her a talent that cannot be ignored. Everyone on our team believes that she is fully deserving of the imaginative and insightful film we’ve made about her, a dynamic, engaging portrait of where she is right now and the amazing future stretching out before her.
Current Status: Film completed and in festival release. Theatrical & ancillary release sought for Spring 2017.
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