Thomas Halaczinsky | Videos
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Over the years I shot little videos, sometimes just for fun, sometimes for friends and sometimes as a companion to proposals for documentaries.

“The Kiss”  a short, shot and produced during a ride on a historic subway between the 59th Street Station and Bleeker Street. The video was shot on a small Panasonic Lumix Z1, produced 2013

We are moving into Carnegie Hall. The legendary Editta Sherman. Produced 2009

Food for Sail – a Video about shipping farm produce on a sail barge to New York City, produced 2013

“Sandy’s hidden Damage” a short video about the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, produced 2013

This is a trailer for a film about space artist Robert McCall that I created in 2001. Though the film never saw the light of the day, this little video about Robert McCall survived.