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This is a conversation starter first, a video second. I’d love to hear your thoughts on cities, the future, and this project.
I shared some words, a reading list and featured interviewees here: medium.com/@oscarboyson/the-future-of-cities-ba4e26c807fe#.lrpyoofi4
* Note that the first shot in the movie a “Garbage Truck in Taipei” is actually in Changhua City, also in Taiwan. Thank you Taiwanese friends for pointing this out!
Thank you to everybody who contributed! Trust me when I say that even if I didn’t get your footage in the cut, we can feel it in the finished product. I want to keep telling urban stories and building on these ideas – hope you do too. Knowledge is Power.
A collaboration with The Nantucket Project.
Edited by Thomas Niles
Graphics & Editing by Nate DeYoung
Produced by Sean Barth & Rich Peete
Executive Producer – Alex Klabin
Assistant Editor – Erin DeWitt
Music by George Langford
Additional music by William Onyeabor
Re-recording Mixer – Colin Alexander
Color by Irving Harvey
Jim Demuth’s Documentary about Shenzhen: https://youtu.be/SGJ5cZnoodY
Precipitating Change by Nicol Ragland & Matt Eppedio: https://youtu.be/d0EPG2F9qzk
cf. city flows by Till Nagel: https://vimeo.com/173787508
Special Thanks to Kristen & Alex Klabin
Special Thanks to Tom Scott & The Nantucket Project
Full credits in movie, I’ll post a doc shortly for more information about all contributors, materials, interviews, resources, etc.