Misleading Innocence (tracing what a bridge can do)

This film, conceived by Francesco Garutti and directed by Shahab Mihandoust, explores the controversial story of the planning and politics of a series of overpasses that span the parkways of Long Island, New York. These bridges were commissioned in the 1920s and 1930s by the public administrator Robert Moses. The story suggests that the bridges were designed to prevent the passage of buses, thereby allowing only people who could afford to own a car to access Long Island’s leisure spaces.

To learn more on this film: https://www.cca.qc.ca/en/events/52259/misleading-innocence-tracing-what-a-bridge-can-do




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