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img_1977Danny Hahn is a writer. He is the author of The Noon Bell, Quiet Cinema, and various works of fiction. His books explore unique philosophies on memory, reflection, quietness, and dreams, and he often writes about the literature of Nietzsche, Schopenhauer and Proust, and the films of Ozu, Bresson, Dreyer, and Tati. Danny began his early career as a university lecturer teaching film composition and sound design. His academic work included lectures on audiovisual aesthetics, and a phenomenology of sonority. He studied at the Guidhall School of Music as a violinist; at UAL and Birkbeck for his degree and PhD in film, and he also became a Berlinale Talent. Danny is half Welsh and half Swiss German and lives in London.

Email: info@dannyhahn.com

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 The Noon Bell

A nostalgic reverie of Switzerland and the alps, The Noon Bell explores the nature of reflection and daydreaming in this poetic and philosophical journey.

ISBN – 9780993338618   

Price – £12.99   

Publisher – Zarathustra Books   

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 Quiet Cinema

Emptiness, stillness and quietness in film are explored in Danny Hahn’s poetic essay – a proposal for resurrecting a style of aesthetic cinematic primitivism.

ISBN – 9780993338619   

Price – £12.99   

Publisher – Zarathustra Books 

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