Open City Mixtape is a mixture of narrative and non fiction films that depict the occasional diabolic streets of New York City that are typically overlooked by New Yorkers. The 2-year long project is curated in the form of a mixtape, the film features a collection of stories about inner-city life created by Queens filmmaker A.V. Rockwell with the help of producers Amy Collado and Julius Pryor.
On November 4th , the duo celebrated the finale of Open City Mixtape by displaying past work that lead to the premier of their latest film, EL Train. A special Q&A moderated by Jinx of Complex TV, artwork by graffiti collective URNewYork and a special photography showcase by Jai Hall and Britt Sense.
For more information and to watch clips from Open City Mixtape, checkout www.opencitymixtape.com .
Also, you can watch the Open City Mixtape (Finale + Celebration) recap filmed by JeffStashBox below:
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