Brenna, from the Smile To Go makes a (vegan) Pumpkin Bread… Enjoy!
Official Selection Bend Film Festival
Official Selection DC Shorts
Elly Gotz and his family survived the Holocaust. So did this recipe.
Hector is a resident of B 96th street in Rockaway Beach. As a result of hurricane Sandy, four feet of water flooded into his basement apartment. A black line that stains the walls acts as a haunting reminder of the heights that the water reached. Other than loosing all of his furniture and electronics, Hector lost his Beanie Baby collection; one that spanned over 1,500. Most with tags in tacked. As Hector says good bye to his collection, it is time to focus on rebuilding the home that Sandy took away from him. Stay posted for the documentary ‘Beach 96th’ that will highlight Hectors road to recovery.
Very wise words by Rainer Maria Rilke that I want to share with you…
Have you ever wondered why there is glitter in the sidewalks? I have. Here is the answer…
A film I made about the mornings at ‘The Smile To Go’, in SOHO, NYC. As the biscuits come out of the oven, the sun rises and the day begins. A magical process.
A day in Hunts Point Market, where the majority of New York Cities food is imported to before being shipped off to restaurants. It is an overwhelming place, the humming of running motors fills your ears as you cut across the smog filled air.