Documentary filmmakers focus on L Train project

Brooklyn
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BROOKLYN — Lights. Camera. Transit.

A team of filmmakers based in New York has been producing a documentary about infrastructure as framed by the L train project.

“‘End of the Line’s’ mission is to highlight these problems, present innovative solutions, and push these urgent concerns to the forefront of our national dialogue,” says the film’s Kickstarter campaign.

They raised $13,000 in the first week of the campaign. That will help fund editing and the final cut.

Emmett Adler says they will continue gathering video and stories as the L Train project wraps up later this spring. They hope to premiere the movie in 2021.

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