Indie Filmmaker's Fantastic Black & White Short Pays Homage to Woody Allen's Manhattan

Southern California based indie filmmaker Tony Fiction spent the past summer working in New York City at Radio City Music Hall. While in the City, Tony compiled tons of footage in order to create a tribute video that pays homage to the classic opening of one of his favorite films, Woody Allen's Manhattan (1979). The new video is in grayscale just like the original, but steps it up a bit with the use of 1080p cameras, something Allen did not have at the time.

The music over the scene is George Gershwin — "Rhapsody in Blue"

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