|Crew: ||Executive Producers: Anoah Levine - Cinematographer: Anoah Levine - Editor: Anoah Levine
Queens, New York is often described as the most diverse borough in New York City. Within this borough exists two conflicting worlds: the loud, fast paced urban life, and the modest and peaceful rural life. This conceptual documentary highlights this contrast by following the fisherman, Kyle Kaltenmaier, on a morning fishing trip. His tranquil world of Broad Channel, Queens (a popular fishing neighborhood) is contrasted with the hectic city life of the fast developing neighborhood of Long Island City, Queens.
Anoah Levine is a producer and director with over 10 years experience in the field of multimedia production. He began his career producing short video sketches for comedy clubs in and around New York City. He eventually found his calling in documentary filmmaking; producing several short documentaries that aired on Manhattan's public broadcasting network. He is currently enrolled in the City College of New York's MFA in Film program, where he was the 2016 Bert Saperstein Communications Fellow. He also works as a video marketing specialist with the City University of New York. He is a native of Queens, New York.