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DOCUMENTARY SHORT | 28 MIN | 2005

ONE TRACK MIND

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The title refers to the studied and quirky passion of Philip Ashforth Coppola's desire to catalogue and archive every station in the New York City subway system. This New Jersey printing press operator self-published and self-financed a multi-volume book that details the design and decoration of New York's 496 subway stations and how the uses of mosaic, faience, terra cotta, tile, and steel make each station its own distinctive place.
Film Information
Year: 2005
Length: 28 minutes
Language: English
Country: USA
Premiere: World
Cast & Credits
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About the Director(s)
Jeremy Workman's films have screened at more than 60 film festivals in more than 10 countries. His recent short comedy, Claire Makes It Big, was accepted to more than 40 film festivals and won several international festival prizes. Workman was co-director of the feature-length documentary Who Is Henry Jaglom?, which premiered on PBS's POV documentary series. Later in 2005, he is slated to direct his debut narrative feature, a crime drama called Man In a Box.

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