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Hundreds of shots from more than 40 video source reels were cut up for this, including “Form, Design, And The City” (1962); “Lost Landscapes Of Detroit” (2010); “Once And Forever” (1956); “Out Of This World” (1954); and “Dynamic American City” (1956).

Look for the very special appearances of stars like Edmund Bacon, and young versions of IM Pei and Betty White!

Public domain footage courtesy of the Prelinger Archive at archive.org/details/prelinger. The bed track for the audio (“Engraved Views”) is courtesy of LeggySalad, issued under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike v3.0.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/ . Find more music from Leggysalad at leggysalad.com

A special nod goes out to Todd Wiseman, whose wonderful video “On Time” pretty much became the catalyst for this. Check it out atvimeo.com/53290747

Issued under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike v3.0.
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Screenings:
Spectacle Theater; Williamsburg Brooklyn (US premiere)
DADo Popup Cinema; Melbourne (Australia premiere)
Architecture & Design Film Festival; NY, LA, Chicago

From Lyndon Lorenz.

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