Unforgotten Films

New York, NY

Unforgotten Films is a documentary mini-series designed to highlight under-appreciated landscapes in New York City.

Unforgotten Films is collaborative project focused on documenting the relationship between public interests, creative efforts and governmental actions to highlight multi-faceted narratives and to promote access & awareness throughout our cities.

“Accessibility and Open Space…we wanted to give people an opportunity to appreciate the complexity and  beauty hidden within the city  from the collective voices of government agencies, community organizations, special interest groups, and creative citizens”

Season 1:  New York State Pavilion, Fort Totten Water Battery, Hart Island, Washington Square Arch, Renwick Ruin, and North Brother Island.

Unforgotten Films has been developed in partnership with Green Ghost Studio and in collaboration with the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation, The New York City Department of Corrections, The Roosevelt Island Operating Corporation, The People for Pavilion, The NYS Pavilion Paint Project, The Hart Island Project, Bayside Historical Society, the Friends of Fort Totten, etc.

For more information visit the official website for Unforgotten Films — or visit UN’s social media pages on Instagram and Facebook.