Blues for 475 

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In the 1990s, 475 Kent, a warehouse in Brooklyn, is transformed into lofts by a group of reputable artists with permission of the landlord, using their own funds. The close knit community ... See full summary »

Director:

Tyler A. Chase

Writer:

Tyler A. Chase

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Cast overview:
Deborah Masters Deborah Masters ... Herself
Connie Crothers Connie Crothers ... Herself
Guy Lesser Guy Lesser ... Himself
Simon Lee Simon Lee ... Himself
Mindy Fullilove Mindy Fullilove ... Herself
Shulamith Koenig Shulamith Koenig ... Herself
Catherine Albisa Catherine Albisa ... Herself
Alison Dell Alison Dell ... Herself
Counselman Tony Avella Counselman Tony Avella ... Himself
Angel Mohammed Angel Mohammed ... Himself
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In the 1990s, 475 Kent, a warehouse in Brooklyn, is transformed into lofts by a group of reputable artists with permission of the landlord, using their own funds. The close knit community thrives and is welcomed into the community until ten years later on a cold Sunday night in January of 2008 when without warning their building is invaded by firemen and government agencies who militaristically and menacingly evict the three hundred families, some with babies as young as six weeks old. What could have caused such a rash decision?... A decision by an unknown authority that the grain stored for the famous Matzo Factory (operating for ten years in the basement) was in imminent danger of exploding. Although the grain could have been removed within hours the people of 475 Kent were on the street and homeless. Despite insurmountable odds, this community courageously unites against dire circumstances with unprecedented results. The filmmaker shares the world of three individuals over the ... Written by Tyler A. Chase

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Home is Where the Art is...

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Documentary

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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Brooklyn, New York, USA See more »

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Budget:

$200,000 (estimated)
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L'ORAGE Productions See more »
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Dolby Digital

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Color

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16:9 HD
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