Monday, May 05, 2014

Graves of Arthur Kill at the Art of Brooklyn Film Festival, 5/7/2014

Quickest of lunchtime posts today to mention that The Art of Brooklyn Film Festival is showing The Graves of Arthur Kill, along with a few other very interesting-looking short documentaries, this Wednesday at 7 pm at the Brooklyn Heights Cinema. The half-hour film, produced by Gary Kane of 3 Fish Productions and directed by Will Van Dorp of the world-famous Tugster blog, gives a look at the history and mystery of Staten Island's Witte Marine Salvage Yard, better known to local small craft enthusiasts as the Staten Island Graveyard of Ships. We had a screening at Sebago, Will and Gary did a wonderful job!

Click here for more details and a link to buy tickets.  

1 comment:

steflea said...

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I want to make a e-book about how to build a boat with vele.Barca we built in 1977, but we did not have a camera handy, so I am inspired by your pictures. I hope you do not mind. Thanks