Thursday, March 10, 2016
Jamaica Bay movie about to premiere
For the past five years it has been "lights, camera, action" on Jamaica Bay.
A new documentary called "Saving Jamaica Bay" will premier at the Queens World Film Festival on March 17, 2016.
Dan Hendrick is the film's producer and writer. He worked as a reporter in the area and became interested in the bay. He hopes more people will visit the area.
Neighbors have been concerned about the disappearing marshes and threats to the ecosystem.
For details about the film visit www.savingjamaicabay.com.
Check out the festival schedule at www.queensworldfilmfestival.com.
Posted by Queens Crapper at 8:10 AM
Labels: film industry, jamaica bay
This already sold out. Wait for the public release, or more likely the torrent.
Looking forward to seeing this.
How very interesting, and what potential beauty.. I can't believe not enough people care about this haven and heaven for critters and humans alike 🐒 looking forward to the movie!
Yawn...will it make Sundance"
To get to this "haven" you have to travel through Hell first.
No thanks. I'll gladly watch the film but opt to travel to Port Washington harbor first for my peace and quiet.
Only a twenty minute trip there versus an hour and a half to get through Jamaica.
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