“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.

Dr. Dorian (Kevin Dorian) talks about the origin of music therapy with a brief performance by Ryan (Dean Delray) for the needy children.

At the prestigious recording studio ran by sound prodigy Philip Allen (Joey Capone) he talks about Shame On You’s last tour and how eastern Europeans may owe their sense of rhythm to Stalin …all of this while trying to deal with an upset banjo player (Hans Holm).

Dagobert (Matias Masucci) talks about his creative process, the difference between noise and noise music and how sound is connected to memories.

Captain Monroe (Ugo Bianchi) explains the contract he has with the band …right after introducing us to his niece (Delphine Perroud).

Artist Stan Morrison (Bret Roberts) shares his views on art and abstract painting.

Noise band “Shame On You” visits their manager’s office before departing to perform at the Sandstorm Noise Music Festival.

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


With Frank Payne, Circus-Szalewski, Kevin Dorian, 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, Tim Hochmuth, Delphine Perroud, Cheryl Currie.

Lights & photography by Sebastien Hameline, costumes by Barbara DiCocco, sound design by Will Ogilvie, production assisted by Hans Holm and Artemio Caballero, on set photography by Stefania Rosini, co-produced by Lee Cantelon and Kevin Dorian with story consulting by Arthur Conway. Original songs by Veronica Bianqui and Cody Marks.

An Independent Society production.

What is the movie about?

During the presentation of the movie Noise Matters at the 20th Raindance Film Festival in London director Matias Masucci and actress Pollyanna McIntosh were interviewed by Raindance TV.

Q&A with director Matias Masucci following the screening of Noise Matters at the 20th Raindance Film festival at the Apollo Piccadilly Cinema in London.