Ten Questions for the Future of Your City

On Saturday April 26, 2014, I will be spending the day filming around MSP along with many other professional and amateur filmmakers documenting ten questions for the future of our city. Pick up a camera and join us! The result will be a geo tagged database of video clips and a national PBS TV series. All shooting must happen on April 26 (the day of this post). Watch this video for the details and visit the url below to participate:

Sign up to participate at YourDayYourCity.org

Atlanta, Boston, Denver, Detroit, Los Angeles, Lower Rio Grande Valley, New Orleans, New York, San Diego, San Francisco, Twin Cities – Film with us on April 26th, 2014!

Your Day. Your City. Your Future. is a campaign platform that inspires urbanites to tell stories that inform a more sustainable future in their cities. Cities are the centers of our current society. They exist for the people they serve. Help us take a closer look at how we can better live together in tight communities, with the best services that provide opportunities for the future.

 

 

Matty Lang

About Matty Lang

Matty Lang has been interested in land use, transportation, and cities since he fell in love with Paris, France while studying there in 1998-1999. He is a filmmaker living in Minneapolis. He loves film, bicycling, and basketball. Follow him: Vimeo | @MattyLangMSP | Facebook

2 thoughts on “Ten Questions for the Future of Your City

  1. David Levinson

    The 85% applies to metro areas, but everything else applies to core cities, a bit misleading.

    Otherwise, it seems an interesting project, but wouldn’t the worst thing be obliteration, nuclear or asteroid, e.g.

  2. Steve Gjerdingen

    Agreed David,
    I like in a suburb and would like to take part in this exercise but feel it may be a little far fetched.

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