Miami residents were invited to share their impressions of, and emotions for Miami, via audio and video clips. The submissions were used to compose a symphonic documentary reflective of the city as seen through the eyes of its people. The collaborative project - a partnership between the New World Symphony, MIT Media Lab, Miami-Dade County, and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation - invited all of Miami’s communities and cultures to work alongside composer Ted Hearne and filmmaker Jonathan David Kane through community events, workshops and gatherings. The resulting work, "Miami in Movements", was premiered in October 2017 and simultaneously viewed outside as a WALLCAST® concert in SoundScape Park, and online by audiences around the world via Facebook Live. In addition, immersive 360-degree videos transported the viewer to eight distinct Miami neighborhoods. These videos were experienced firsthand by audiences attending the premiere but also viewable on the project website.