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THE SOUND WE SEE: SOMERSET AND BERLIN

SATURDAY, JULY 25 AT 8 PM

Initially developed as part of Echo Park Film Center’s free youth filmmaking program in Los Angeles, 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 sparked an international “Slow Film” movement with communities in The Netherlands, Vietnam, India and Canada’s Yukon Territory creating their own 16mm and Super 8 City Symphonies. Join us for the latest two additions to this dynamic global cinematic conversation as we present The Sound We See: A Somerset County Symphony and and The Sound We See: A Berlin City Symphony. Project made possible by generous funding from The Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, The British Council and Think Big. FREE EVENT! EVERYONE WELCOME!

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