The Sound We See: New Haven at the New Haven Documentary Film Festival 2020
Saturday, August 22 at 8 PM – ONLINE EVENT!
Part of the 2020 New Haven Documentary Film Festival, New Haven, CT
The Sound We See: A New Haven City Symphony was created in the summer of 2019 as Artspace’s 19th annual Summer Apprenticeship Program. This program gave twenty-two local teens, who are enrolled in one of New Haven’s Public High Schools, the opportunity to work together alongside Los Angeles based filmmakers Paolo Davanzo and Lisa Marr for three weeks in July 2019. Together, they produced a film that envisions a summer day in the life of New Haven.
Directors: Over 30 people collaborated on this film, including participating apprentices: Syed Ardhi, Yareli Calderon, Jasmin Garcia, Isais Gaarzon, Sara Garzon, Pablo Giannotti, Sofiya Hafiz, Rayona Higgins, Nevaeh Hubbard, John Kalapala, Georgii Larkov, Genesis Maldonado, Daniel Matinez-Jimenez, Stella Martone, Evan Mir, Tyler Mitchell, Anthony Mitchell, Nagelly Oñate, Mabel Rooney, Alona Santiago, Natalie Semmel and Nelly Torres, and program mentors: Dyme Ellis, Emil Ernström, Soledad Tejada, Emily Yue.
Also screening is A Film About A Film in 10 Parts, Emily Yue’s delightful short documentary about the making of The Sound We See: New Haven.
This is a Pay What You Can event. After this content becomes available August 22nd at 8:00 am PDT, you’ll have 24 hours to start watching. Once you begin, you’ll have 12 hours to finish watching.