Sound design and audio post mix for 'Baby Won’t You Please Come Home'

 Promotional image for  Baby Won't You Please Come Home

Promotional image for Baby Won't You Please Come Home

Dubway engineer Nathaniel Reichman recently completed a final sound mix for upcoming short film Baby Won't You Please Come Home, written and directed by Christopher Piazza, and produced by Eli Cane.

The film focuses on a former jazz singer (Michelle Hurst, Orange Is The New Black) suffering from the early stages of Alzheimer’s and her daughter’s (Melanie Nicholls-KingThe Wire) struggle to care for her. It deals with the difficulties of watching a family member deteriorate but also seeks to put the audience into the point-of-view of the person suffering the disease.

Baby Won't You Please Come Home features three arrangements of gospel and jazz standards performed by Jazzmeia Horn (who was recently nominated for a Grammy for best Jazz Vocal Album). The film has just been completed and the plan is to hit the festival circuit throughout 2018. 

"Baby Won't You Please Come Home" is a short film starring Michelle Hurst ("Orange is the New Black, "Frances Ha") and Melanie Nicholls-King ("The Wire," "Orphan Black"). Written and directed by Christopher Piazza