The third 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 span the undersung heroes of Latin boogaloo and Jamaican ska, James Szalapski’s low-key 1976 country-music classic Heartworn Highways, a train full of today’s greatest musicians and visual artists on a cross-country journey to create unforgettable performances, and a psychedelic visual companion to the collaboration between Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe and Ariel Kalma. Julien Temple, the legendary documentarian, music-video director, and fellow traveler of seminal English rockers like The Clash, The Kinks, and the Sex Pistols also gets his due with a retrospective highlighting both his greatest and his latest, The Ecstasy of Wilko Johnson. The series also features three live multimedia performances by Talibam!, Preston Spurlock & Friends, and Foxes in Fiction in our Amphitheater! This year’s edition promises to be nothing less than a feast for the eye and the ear, as well as a testament to the enduring and mutually enriching relationship between cinema and music.