Documenting the Livable Streets Movement

New York City-based Streetfilms travels the world producing short films that show how smart urban design, planning, and policy build better communities and more sustainable cities. Launched in 2006, Streetfilms’s 425 videos have been viewed more than four million times and have inspired action and change in cities throughout North America and around the world.

An hour of the best of Streetfilms followed by a Q&A with Streetfilms director Clarence Eckerson and Streetsblog editor Ben Fried.

Sponsored by the Department of City and Regional Planning and the the Rose Goldsen Lecture Series/Society for the Humanities.