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New 3D Film Captures A Decade Of Williamsburg Gentrification

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Video artist D. Carlton Bright has spent the last 10 years shooting scenes around Williamsburg with a jerry-rigged "stereooptic camera" he made himself. All that comes together in an hour-long mish-mash of scenes from the area that is screening tomorrow at Nitehawk Cinema. Above, an excerpt. As you can guess, there's a lot of construction, bands playing in art galleries, drunkenness, waterfront towers, and other signs of the area's rapid evolution. See if you can spot more; it's not narrated, so any interpretation goes. We're not sure why it has to be in 3D (maybe there's a fight scene? Domino vs. neighbors?), but it apparently means that the trailer is all double-vision like.
· Excerpt from "Williamsburg: 3D of a Decade" [Nitehawk]
· 3D Film Shows Williamsburg Transform Over 10 Years [Gothamist]
· All Williamsburg Gentrification coverage [Curbed]