The Sound We See, a global collaborative filmmaking project that began in USA (Los Angeles), has been to The Netherlands, Vietnam, India, Canada, Britain, Germany, Japan, Sweden, Mexico, Bulgaria and Latvia. It consists in the creation of city portraits or ‘symphonies’.
The Sound We See uses analog filmmaking techniques and the “City Symphony” genre practiced in the 1920s by Walter Ruttmann and Dziga Vertov as starting points to explore communal creative process and contemporary environments.
The project is coming to Punto de Vista in March, inviting the lab’s participants to create a collective 8mm film portraying the city of Pamplona. The project is being carried out with the Huarte Contemporary Art Centre and the Culture Department City of Pamplona.
This lab is targeted at people over 18 interested in audio visual media, e.g. Film and Art students. No Super 8 or 16mm filmmaking experience required. Registration from 11 January to 15 February. Registration fee: €20. Registration form available online at:
The lab will be conducted in English. Click here for more details