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Urban Anthropologists, Andy and Carolyn London, interview some of New York's most distinguished citizens for the centennial anniversary of Grand Central Terminal. Commissioned by MTA Arts for Transit and Urban Design for the exhibition "On Time /Grand Central at 100."
Carolyn and Andy London are writers, directors, animators and co-founders of London Squared Productions. Since 1999, they've been creating films, music videos and animated content.
Award-winning films include Subway Salvation, The Backbrace and A Letter to Colleen and have screened in hundreds of festivals including the Tribeca Film Festival, Annecy and the Ottawa International Animation Festival. In 2011, The London's film, The Lost Tribes of New York City, was featured in the MoMA show Talk to Me; an exhibition on the communication between people, technology and objects.
Other projects include the graphic novel, Eager to Please (eager-to-please.com) and an upcoming theatrical project. The Londons live and work in Brooklyn, New York.
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