You know the familiar New York City accent. You’ve heard it on television shows like “All in the Family,” “Seinfeld,” and “The Sopranos.” The films of Woody Allen, Martin Scorsese, and Spike Lee are usually full of characters speaking in the distinctive accent. It’s often brisk, brusque and direct – an amalgam of the disparate […]
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A wonderful video by filmmaker Andrew Clancy, featuring glimpses of the city and the vibrant, diverse people who visit or call it home.
This beautiful video montage of Manhattan features Gershwin’s classic “Rhapsody in Blue.” While this footage is relatively recent, note Times Square before it became “pedestrianized.”
Another beautiful time lapse film of New York City, this one by James Ogle.
In this short film by Redglass Pictures, emerge from the New York subway… and find yourself in a new, sometimes unexpected world. The filmmakers aptly describe this montage as a “visual poem.”
This great video montage of the streets of Manhattan, created by Tim Hahne, gives you a serious sense of the beat of New York. In fact, the film’s soundtrack is based on the drumbeat of a subway performer.
Curious about the new World Trade Center? Check out this quick, stunning video, which features impressive CGI and showcases the site’s new design.