Haunting Short Reveals YVR’s Shrinking Industrial Periphery

From local filmmaker Jevan Crittenden: “The Periphery is a reflection on the shrinking strips of once-thriving industrial land that surround Vancouver’s urban core. Over the course of three decades, civic governments have adopted an increasing focus on residential development & densification. As development sites push deeper into these areas, The Periphery becomes a portrait of a city in flux.” Beautifully done.


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