Made on a wind-up Bolex camera, The Sound of Seeing announced the arrival of 21-year-old filmmaker Tony Williams. Based around a painter and a composer wandering the city (and beyond), the film meshes music and imagery to show the duo taking inspiration from their surroundings. The Sound of Seeing served early notice on Williams' editing talents, his love of music, and his dislike of narration. It was also one of the first independently-made titles screened on Kiwi television. Composer/author Robin Maconie later wrote pioneering electronic music.
I had no idea what I was doing but it all seemed very important, so the learning curve was steep.– Tony Williams
Music composed by Robin Maconie
Played by Robin Maconie, Jane Freed, Jennifer Baigent, Dave Fraser, Don Mori and the Nickey Smith Trio.