Story: Experimental film

Tony Williams, The sound of seeing, 1963

Tony Williams’s The sound of seeing had many features that were unfamiliar to New Zealand audiences. It had a tight structure, rapid style and an obvious focus on urban modernity. It also lacked any voice-over or obvious narrative. 

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Reference: The sound of seeing [videorecording]. Producer, John O'Shea; director and editor, Tony Williams. Pacific Films, 1963

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Mark Williams, 'Experimental film - Experimental film, 1920s to 1960s', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/en/interactive/45033/tony-williams-the-sound-of-seeing-1963 (accessed 20 April 2024)

Story by Mark Williams, published 22 Oct 2014