Getting Over is an award-winning documentary, directed by emerging filmmaker Jason Charnick, that had its world premiere at the prestigious SXSW Film Festival in 2018. To help set tone and introduce various locations throughout New York City, there is a series of four animated motion graphics in the film depicting the genuine, used with permission, MTA Transit Map showing various subway lines throughout the city.
The second in this series is East Village. Watch as the 4 train runs northbound past City Hall and Little Italy to Astor Place. Collect this NFT as a standalone piece of digital art, or use it in your own projects. The buyer of this piece will receive unlockable content in the form of a digital master video file in 1080p Apple ProRes 422 HQ, suitable for broadcast, as well as a complete 1080p HD version of the complete feature film.
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ABOUT THE FILM
Over five years in the making, Getting Over is the passion project of a lifetime from filmmaker Jason Charnick. Given a box of video tapes by his uncle that chronicled his father’s final days, it took him well over a decade to even face the image of his father again.
In 1997, Jason’s father and lifelong heroin addict Ray Charnick recorded 17 hours of video interviews with his brother, noted New York City artist Arnie Charnick. The topics covered his entire life, from his childhood growing up in the Bronx, up until just a few months before his death. When Jason finally felt ready to watch these tapes, what he saw would redefine many of the childhood memories he held so dear. It would also take him on an unexpected emotional journey, not only back home to New York, but into the past as well.
Come along with Jason as he gets to know his dad again, accepts the man he was, and confronts the addiction that took his life.
World Premiere SXSW 2018, Audience Award for Best Documentary, Indigo Moon Film Festival 2018, ImpactDOCS Award of Merit 2018.