In 2019, this short film documentaries the daily of severals subway artists in the stations of Rio de Janeiro
From the New York Transit Museum archives, a 1981 documentary about the workers who make "A" train service possible. A production of the New York State Museum.
Tribute to the workers responsible for maintaining and repairing the tracks, stations, terminals, and tunnels of the metro.
In the 1930’s, the workers of the underground, headed by brigades of writers, are in charge to write in real time "the history of the Moscow Metro". Based on their narratives, partially unpublished, the film recounts the first lines construction of the most beautifiul underground in the world, in the light of this "big literary Utopia", stoped by the purges of 1937-38.
A regular Wednesday night in Tokyo's subway. The train is filled with more and more people...
"Mind the Gap!" says the voice on the subway. Vilhelmina thinks so much about the gap that she doesn't get off at the station, but into another dimension.
New York City present day. Anna is a 21-year old dance major in college. She takes the train home after a day of dance class and babysitting. She falls asleep on the train and wakes up to a man holding her hands. He whispers something to her she does not want to hear. The film follows Anna for the next two days. She tries to go about her life but grapples with the haunting memory of the stranger from the train. The city acts as the cacophonous landscape in which Anna develops a new perspective, one where she finds herself both suffocated and free.
Awkward romantic Greg falls in love from afar when he crosses paths with the beautiful but reclusive Gwen on the New York subway, little does he know she is suffering from multiple personality disorder. Touching hilarity ensues.
This film is a portrait of New York in the 1980s by famed photographer Steven Siegel, including footage of the subways, the parks, Times Square and other neighborhoods. The film is narrated by teenagers of that era.