8 Hours in Brooklyn
A slow-motion ride along the streets of Brooklyn, NYC.
0 – 5 | 2011 | City Life | Documentary | Experimental | USA | 2011
Filmed over a period of 8 hours in Brooklyn using a Phantom Flex – a special camera that slows down recording time filming over two thousand frames per seconds -, this short is a visual case study on daily life in the hip neighborhood of New York City. Skating in the sunset, break-dancers, basketball games, street life is hereby shown through a time-delation provided by the slow-motion effect, and this flow of images reveals a strong desire to capture and immortalize various slices of urban life. Street life, what a life!
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