Filmmaker Francesco Paciocco celebrates the spirit, culture and hustle of Brooklyn in short film ‘Forever Brooklyn’

Posted in Film, Short Films
By Sam Bathe on 11 Oct 2013

Shot over the space of 20 months, Francesco Paciocco‘s ode to arguably the most happening of the five boroughs spans over 20 neighbourhoods and highlights the real people who make Brooklyn what it is. “For the city that helped make me who I am, and the borough that makes it even better,” proclaims Francesco, and you can tell that he means it.

Check out more of Francesco’s work on his site:

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