среда, 8 июля 2015 г.

Landfill

Artists and entrepreneurs battle over a piece of Boston cream pie: a prized geographical area known as Fort Point, which started out as landfill.

Two hundred years ago the section of Boston called Fort Point did not exist. It was reclaimed from the ocean by landfill and became New England's oldest and largest visual artist community. "Landfill" is a short documentary about the lively battles between the Fort Point artists and the entrepreneurs dramatically changing the area. Landfill is told from the perspective of resident Rocco Giuliano, a writer who just happens to love spy novels. "Landfill" was produced, directed, shot, and edited by Henry Dane.

Director: Henry Dane


Henry Dane produced, directed, shot, and edited “Landfill,” the new short documentary about the battles of artists and entrepreneurs over a piece of Boston cream pie: an area known as Fort Point, which started out as landfill. Dane is an independent writer, producer, director, videographer, editor, and designer. He began his career as a writer, producer, director, and editor at TV stations and networks and collected 3 Emmy Awards and 8 other nominations. Dane collaborated with writer/performer Rocco Giuliano to create “Landfill.” Dane and Giuliano previously collaborated on two other short documentaries, “Soundproof,” and “Welcome to Fort Point.”


Specifications

ilm Type:Documentary, Short
Runtime:4 minutes 50 seconds
Completion Date:February 14, 2015
Production Budget:0 USD
Country of Origin:United States
Country of Filming:United States
Film Language:English





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