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The Future of Cities

What does “the future of cities” mean? To much of the developing world, it might be as simple as aspiring to having your own toilet, rather than sharing one with over 100 people. To a family in Detroit, it could mean having non-toxic drinking water. For planners and mayors, it’s about a lot of things — sustainability, economy, inclusivity, and resilience. Most of us can hope we can spend a little less time on our commutes to work and a little more time with our families. For a rich white dude up in a 50th floor penthouse, “the future of cities” might mean zipping around in a flying car while a robot jerks you off and a drone delivers your pizza. For many companies, the future of cities is simply about business and money, presented to us as buzzwords like “smart city” and “the city of tomorrow.”

A collaboration with The Nantucket Project.
Edited by Thomas Niles
Graphics & Editing by Nate DeYoung
Produced by Sean Barth & Rich Peete
Executive Producer – Alex Klabin
Assistant Editor – Erin DeWitt
Music by George Langford
Additional music by William Onyeabor
Re-recording Mixer – Colin Alexander
Color by Irving Harvey


  • Steph Curry

    what they dont tell you in Cali…is that the enviro whacks and their regulations allow almost all the snow melt to flow into the ocean unused and then they bitch they dont have enough water.

  • Steph Curry

    Yes yes…take away roads and force public transit on people…who doesn’t enjoy some smelly person falling asleep on you and some nutjob trying to force his brand of music on the entire bus/train/trolley. Who doesn’t enjoy standing in the cold/rain/heat waiting for a bus that’s late and overcrowded.

    Its all about govt control and pricing. If you have no choice but to take public transport you’re at the whim of your inefficient and corrupt officials

    Sorry I’ll take my private transport every time.

Duration: 18:12
Language: EN
Resolution max: 1080p
Video Source: Vimeo
Provided by: Oscar Boyson
Published on: 2016-12-20
Director: Oscar Boyso
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