All Movies With sound Keyword

 

A Quiet Place

A family is forced to live in silence while hiding from creatures that hunt by sound.

Release On: 3rd - April - 2018

Vote Count: 2690
Vote Average: 7.1/10


Plane Crazy

Plane Crazy is an American animated short film directed by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks. The cartoon, released in 1929 by The Walt Disney Studio, was the first creation of the character Mickey Mouse. It was made as a silent film and given a test screening to a theater audience on May 15, 1928, but failed to pick up a distributor. Later that year, Disney released Mickey's first sound cartoon, Steamboat Willie, which was an enormous success. Following this, Plane Crazy was released as a sound cartoon on March 17, 1929.

Release On: 14th - May - 1928

Vote Count: 29
Vote Average: 6.3/10


Silent

A duo of street performers learns how sound and picture work together to create amazing cinema experiences.

Release On: 18th - February - 2014

Vote Count: 7
Vote Average: 7/10


Okay for Sound

This short was released in connection with the 20th anniversary of Warner Brothers' first exhibition of the Vitaphone sound-on-film process on 6 August 1926. The film highlights Thomas A. Edison and Alexander Graham Bell's efforts that contributed to sound movies and acknowledges the work of Lee De Forest. Brief excerpts from the August 1926 exhibition follow. Clips are then shown from a number of Warner Brothers features, four from the 1920s, the remainder from 1946/47.

Release On: 7th - September - 1946

Vote Count: 1
Vote Average: 7/10


O Som, ou Tratado de Harmonia

film about the desire of listening. An intermingling of voices from childhood, dreams, history, sex and politics. A visual essay about the universe of sounds. What is sound? What is the sound experience? Sound placed and replaced as Energy. Nothing more should be said. The final conclusion, while the spectator flies over an infinite sea, talks about spreading fragility open. That is the Sound.

Release On: 1st - January - 1984

Vote Count: 0
Vote Average: 0/10


Actors of Sound

Since the 1930’s, sound gurus referred to as Foley artists have recreated the sounds that infuse a film with life. During a film’s post-production, Foley artists recreate sound that will match the moving image on-screen, using whatever objects are at their fingertips, from hundreds of pairs of old shoes to clunky old tools and squeaky mattresses. But how will Hollywood’s low-tech sound artists survive as digital technology consumes modern movie-making?

Release On: 4th - June - 2016

Vote Count: 1
Vote Average: 6/10


Psychoacoustic

When two teenagers discover an unusual object possessing supernatural abilities, they find themselves dealing with more power than they can handle.

Release On: 23rd - October - 2015

Vote Count: 2
Vote Average: 10/10


Melody of Noise

The film accompanies musicians who have devoted themselves to new, uncharted sounds with a great deal of passion. They build new instruments and work with quotidian noises. In the process, the ostensible noise often becomes sound. An adventurous journey of discovery into the realm of noises and sounds, rhythms and stillness. Together with people who listen closely and without reservation. A film that aims to engage viewers to listen with their eyes and see with their ears. Astonishingly sublime.

Release On: 10th - March - 2016

Vote Count: 0
Vote Average: 0/10


KanZeOn

An unusual documentary exploring sound. Unique elements of Japanese culture are revealed through ancient rituals and extraordinary musical spectacles. A young Buddhist priest whose family has been serving a temple for the past 500 years is also a DJ and beat-boxer. A drum teacher takes part in a costume performance of a 700-year-old ghost story. A female performer plays the Sho, a rare bamboo instrument that is believed to imitate the call of the mythical phoenix. The core ideas explaining the magical potential of sound that permeates all parts of the film are presented in the tradition of Shingon Buddhism. These beliefs are explored through following Buddhist chanting lessons for student priests at Shuchiin University in Kyoto.

Release On: 11th - September - 2011

Vote Count: 1
Vote Average: 10/10


The Profligate Door: Borowczyk's Sound Sculptures

A documentary about Walerian Borowczyk’s sound sculptures, featuring curator Maurice Corbet.

Release On: 8th - September - 2014

Vote Count: 1
Vote Average: 6/10


Ismaii

Despite living in a doomed country that hangs by a thread, Joud, a handsome sound engineer meets and falls in love with strong and free-spirited Rana. The young lovers, from completely different social and religious backgrounds, are drawn closer to each other, but a drastic turn of events gets between them and Rana suddenly slips away. As her parents forbid Joud from seeing her, the young man determined to see her again, finds new means of communicating with her by convincing Marwa, her sister, to download his voice messages and secretly play them to Rana

Release On: 9th - February - 2017

Vote Count: 0
Vote Average: 0/10


Embrio No. M

The story of a man who has reached the very top of society and eventually became a victim of his own ideology.

Release On: 27th - July - 1971

Vote Count: 1
Vote Average: 5/10


Soundtracker

Pure sound unaltered by human hands is becoming increasingly difficult to find. Gordon Hempton is an Emmy Award-winning sound recordist who has spent the last 30 years trying to find and record the vanishing sounds of nature in an attempt to capture a disappearing sensory experience. Filmmaker Nick Sherman observes Hempton in the wilderness for 30 days and uncovers an obsessive artist on a quest for perfection in this obscure medium. Hempton’s natural ability to locate and articulate himself through sound has a contagious energy and gives his work a transportive quality. Soundtracker is a fascinating meditation on the world’s changing landscape and the things we may be leaving behind in the service of progress.

Release On: 2nd - May - 2010

Vote Count: 0
Vote Average: 0/10


Parc Central

"Central Park" is composed of 11 films that offer a visual, sound and poetic journey through 11 cities crossed by the artist. Fascinated by the city, space and urbanism, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster has been developing the concept of "tropical modernity" for several years, starting from the cohabitation and the confrontation between architecture and vegetation. It is around this research that she designed "Central Park" 11 films : - Kyoto (1998) - Taipei (2000) - Buenos Aires (2003) - Los Glaciares (2003) - Hong Kong (2000) - Encore Tapei (2000) - White Sands (2003) - Brasilia (1998) - Paris (1999) - Shangai (2003) - Rio de Janeiro (2000)

Release On: 19th - June - 2006

Vote Count: 0
Vote Average: 0/10