In the early days of film, one of the more popular genres was the city symphony. These films were straight documentary footage of a particular city that endeavored to capture everyday life as it was actually lived. You'd see people step off trains, walk through city streets, shop for produce, on the lines at the factory, relaxing in parks -- all of the quotidian details of a typical day were the point of the films: "Look at us; this is who we are now." It's a cinematic art form that's sadly gone out of style. Eric Wilkinson brings it back to the big screen... More >>>