Less Than 12 Hours Left to Support Misophonia Documentary QUIET PLEASE…112% Funded on Indiegogo

“Jeff, this is incredible!  Thank you for your commitment to this project!!!“ – Madeline


“Jeff! Amazing work!  Very talented!  Please involve me!!!”
– Michael


“Thank you!! Great job!! Nice editing! Powerful!”– Bernadette

“I love it, I love it, I love it!!!!”– Joyce



“You did it!!! I wanted more—and that’s the best sign. Everyone is so well spoken and such a great mix of people. Filming and staging was beautifully done.”– Wendy



“Oscar goes to Jeffrey Scott Gould!   It’s PERFECT! it’s so good Jeffrey you should be so proud of yourself”- Jennifer


“Thank you, for having that rare quality of being able to gracefully merge passion and professionalism”– Judith



“Thank YOU! I am so excited and think this will raise awareness.”- Laura


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Check out the Film Courage Q & A with Quiet Please filmmaker
Jeffrey S. Gould



The Film:

Quiet Please… a documentary about Misophonia, a relatively unknown disorder related to the processing of sounds in the brain. Literally translated, misophonia means “hatred of sound.”  Hearing is a gift: the sound of the ocean, music, or gently falling rain; however, we all have certain sounds that we find annoying or discordant; such as the proverbial “nails on a chalkboard” or a baby crying incessantly.  For some people, selective sounds go beyond annoying and can ultimately dictate and consume their lives and relationships; it’s like an autoimmune disease, when the body turns on itself…but in this case, your sense of hearing backfires and elicits rage, anxiety, and a life of isolation.  Although we will feature clinicians that are actively involved in Misophonia research and patient care, this film is all about the emotional and psychological toll this disorder takes on lives, families and relationships (Read more here and watch the trailer).




The Filmmaker:

I’m Jeffrey Gould, the director of “Quiet Please…”. I have owned Action Media Productions for 26 years and produced award winning videos and films in many facets of the medical and health care fields; including patient education, treatment protocols, marketing, and disease awareness.  I’m also an independent filmmaker/cinematographer, with two award winning narrative short films to my credit …It was with this combined experience, that I dreamed of producing a documentary about a subject that had a personal effect on me and that subject is Misophonia.

I feel I have something that I can contribute…something that could make a difference; especially since it has been a part of my life since I was 7.  A few years ago I learned that such a condition actually exists…it was cathartic to know that I wasn’t the only one suffering from this affliction.  As I began educating those around me, I saw a change, an understanding and a willingness to help me cope with this cruel condition…I felt empowered!   I decided to use my skills and knowledge as a filmmaker and storyteller, to explore a little known world that affects many people and has debilitating effects on their lives.


Check out the Film Courage Q & A with Quiet Please filmmaker Jeffrey S. Gould here.


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