Gaza: Still Alive (2019)

Sound Mixing

Human rights documentary sound

A documentary revealing the mental health catastrophe among Palestinians in the impoverished Gaza Strip, amid ongoing war trauma and after a decade of isolation from the world.

This is the story of Gazans’ immense invisible suffering, through the eyes of ordinary civilians and the psychologists tasked with supporting them against all odds.

Runtime: 53 minutes
Release: 2019

Watch the film here.

human rights sound mixing doc

Porth Sound provided additional services within human rights documentary sound for Gaza: Still Alive, specifically working on additional dubbing for voiceover material.

Produced, written and directed by
Harry Fear

Camera Operators
Sam Henderson
Sami Shehada

Sound Engineer
Mohamed Abo Saada

Aerial Photography (Drone)
Mohammed Shaat (Future Media)

Additional Voice
VoiceBunny ProVO

Additional Dubbing Mixer
Claire Stevens (Porth Sound)

Fixers (Gaza)
Sanaa Kamal
Mohammed Alzaharna

Camera hire (Israel)

Nada Yasser
Mohanad Nabhan
Rawan Abuasad

Additional Translation
A. Gomaa
B. Khaled
A. El-Sherbiny
R. El-ShahatTranscription
Xin Ning Lee

H. Douthwaite
A. Latiff

Archive Courtesy of
Government Press Office (Israel)

With special thanks to
John Roos
Frank Ochberg

With additional thanks to
M. Azzam
K. Ferizi
M. El-Shahat

With thanks to
Al-Mashtal Hotel
Roots Hotel
Marna House Restaurant
Hashtags Space

Head of RT London
Nikolay Bogachihin

Copyright © “RT” A.N.O. “TV-Novosti” 2019

Contact Harry Fear

human rights sound mixing doc

Watch the film here.