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Can't Hear You Knocking video

1991, H.E.A.R. and Flynner Films produced a 57 minute videotape documentary, "Can't Hear You Knocking." This documentary was sponsored by the Swedish Governmentand, and is distributed in the United States by the Cinema Guild , New York. "Can't H.E.A.R. You Knocking" has won several Film Festival Awards in the United Sates and Europe. The video also received Four Star Video Rating **** Highly Recommended form the US National Video Rating Guide for Libraries.

H.E.A.R. provides a 17 minute version of "CHYK" for short school talks and seminars is available for ordering on www.hearnet.com. Featuring Pete Townshend of the Who, Mickey Hart of the Grateful Dead, Ray Charles, Lars Ulrich of Metallica, Meat Laof and Huey Lewis, "Can't Hear You Knocking " discusses the problems of hearing loss and loud music, using audiologists and physicians to explain cause and effect.

Teachers and individuals can purchase "Can't Hear You Knocking" 17 minute version video on Shop H.E.A.R.



CAN'T HEAR YOU KNOCKING Examines the dangers of hearing loss from listening to or performing loud music, featuring interviews with American and European rock musicians as well as rock music fans, sound engineers and audiologists. Many of the musicians interviewed acknowledge suffering from such common ailments as tinnitus (a constant 'ringing' noise in the ears) or hearing loss to the extent that some now use ear plugs on stage and must use hearing aids. Members of HEAR (Hearing Education and Awareness for Rockers), a group of rock musicians and audiologists, discuss their educational efforts.

The one hour program is also available in two parts for use in secondary school classrooms. Directed by Marianne Flynner 1991, color, 57 mins., VHS Purchase: $295 Rental: $95

Highly Recommended "...superb...a fine program...a unique and informative mix...will appeal to general fans, schoolchildren, musicians, technicians, producers, and speech and hearing specialists." Video Rating Guide for Libraries


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