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Title: Anthony Bracali: Skateboarding and the City – A Study of the Architect as Activist and Planner
Authors: Diperstein, David
Keywords: architecture;skateboarding;documentary
Issue Date: 12-May-2009
Abstract: This documentary explores the process by which Anthony Bracali transformed the perception of skateboarding in Philadelphia from a socially unacceptable pastime to a recreational activity worthy of public support.
Description: Documentary credits: Produced by: David Diperstein, Gerasimos Melissaratos, Ashley Morgan, Kingsley Onwuemenyi Directed and edited by: David Diperstein Camera operators: David Diperstein, Gerasimos Melissaratos, Kingsley Onwuemenyi Titles And Color Correction: Micah Haun Skateboard footage: Adam Sucheki Music: Chris Kissel, Melissa Memago, Lenny Skolnik Photographs and site plans: Anthony Bracali, Friday Architects Consultant: David Miller Faculty Supervisor: Albert S. Tedesco
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1860/3006
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