Six blind professional musicians aged 17 to 65 gather in a London studio to create and record a musical tribute to Louis Braille, inventor of the tactile reading system for the blind, which has been the universal language of the visually impaired since 1860. The musicians travel to Paris to discover the fascinating history of Braille, a talented organist, and his musical life. All the people who appear in this film by Michael House are blind. The film sheds light on how, through the use of new technologies, braille now offers universal access to written information and music.
|Production||Poorhouse International, Michael House|
|Editing||Michael House, Juliette Andrews|
|Sound||Michael House, Ella Finch, Greg Hargest|
|Cinematography||Michael House, Ella Finch, Greg Hargest|