A lone piano stands curbside in New York City, and a short documentary chronicles the interactions of passers…Enjoy this poetic short chronicle by Anthony Sherin, who is a New York-based filmmaker and editor, after the jump!
“Making this film was pure serendipity. After a January snowstorm in New York City, I decided to do some work on another film, in my home in Washington Heights. But as I approached my desk, I thought I heard a piano plinking. I looked out the window and saw a piano on the curb below. I was mesmerized by the pattern that emerged. Passers-by would slow, stop and play. Some played well. All day long they collected and dispersed, and into the night they measured, shoved and deliberated the piano’s fate. (If it stayed on the sidewalk, the city could have issued a fine.) [...]” [READ MORE]