July 31 – August 9
The second edition of Sound + Vision—a documentary series exploring a range of musical artists, genres, and styles—offers both exciting premieres and retrospectives. This year’s subjects include a Japanese trance didgeridoo player, the seminal atmospheric bands of the late 1980s and early 1990s, a Mexican acoustic duo who combine thrash metal and flamenco, and music created on 1980s video-game hardware. On the occasion of their 30th anniversaries, we will present Tosca’s Kiss, a delightful look at a retirement home for Italian opera singers, and Stop Making Sense, the classic Talking Heads concert film—both digitally restored. And on August 2 join us for a special live appearance by New York band Glass Ghost, who combine digital imagery with their sounds.
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Please note: Live performances and free events are excluded from the package.
The second edition of Sound + Vision—a documentary series exploring a range of musical artists, genres, and styles—offers exciting premieres from around the world, retrospective screenings of newly restored films, and a live performance by New York band Glass Ghost, who combine digital imagery with their sounds. Read More
Sound + Vision is an homage to the people who create our music, who struggle and work to have it heard and, when they succeed, help us connect with one another. From journeys of personal discovery and pure celebrations of sound to music as a form of social and political rebellion, these documentaries reveal the tenacity and dedication of the people who devote their life to song. Read More