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Explore New York, New York from your living room.

Kevin Van Lierop

Your Living Room

Whether you appreciate photography or not, *Everybody Street* is a great way to explore New York City from the comfort of your own home.

Seeing the city, its people and places though the eyes of a photographer will help you to develop a new perspective on how to view the city in which you live.

The characters and street scenes that make up the imagery in this film are a reminder that even the most ordinary of everyday happenings can be extraordinary.

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  • Kevin Van Lierop

    I invited a dozen friends over to spend last Saturday in my living room watching this. Even those people who don't 'get' photography said they likes seeing a different perspective of the 'Big Apple'.

      • Kevin Van Lierop

        [Bill Cunningham New York]( is one of my favourite films about photography (and cities for that matter). His perspective and the relationships he's built over the years are fascinating.

        • Alessandra Rizzotti

          I agree! It's so touching to see how many people have been affected by him....but also-- Cunningham as an individual is heartbreaking in a way...I can't quite put my finger on it- but it seems like while he's so connected, he is somewhat alone. His work is his life- and his life didn't seem to catch up. (Totally going a little too deep here- but I find him to be one of the most fascinating people).

          • Kevin Van Lierop

            Do you think this is true for most people that have fully immersed themselves in the things that they love? That they devote so much time and attention to them that they end up creating their own 'aloneness'?