To capture the transformation of a city over a period of almost 100 years isn’t easy. But that’s just what two local filmmakers have attempted to do in a newly released short film, according to The Boston Globe.
“Boston in Flux,’’ a three-and-a-half minute film showing Boston’s transformation, was released January 18 on YouTube.
Paul Villanova and Richard T.K. Hawke are attempting to show both how much the city has changed and also how much it hasn’t, according to the Globe.
The short film combines footage from the 1920s and 1940s with recent footage to show the city that was — and the city that is.
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