2005-02-11 / Community

Filmmakers Focused On Bungalows


Filmmakers Elizabeth Logan Harris, left, and Jennifer Callahan, held a cocktail party in Manhattan last week to introduce their next project titled “The Improbable Bungalows.” Harris and Callahan, seen holding photos of old Rockaway, said the half-hour documentary “will explore the history of the Rockaway bungalows and their enduring significance to the vital character of New York City.” The project is in pre-production with the team seeking funding, materials and oral histories. They can be reached by e-mail at BungalowDoc@Yahoo.com.Filmmakers Elizabeth Logan Harris, left, and Jennifer Callahan, held a cocktail party in Manhattan last week to introduce their next project titled “The Improbable Bungalows.” Harris and Callahan, seen holding photos of old Rockaway, said the half-hour documentary “will explore the history of the Rockaway bungalows and their enduring significance to the vital character of New York City.” The project is in pre-production with the team seeking funding, materials and oral histories. They can be reached by e-mail at BungalowDoc@Yahoo.com.

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