About Takeshi
Takeshi Fukunaga is a filmmaker based in New York City. His work has been featured in a wide variety of festivals and related outlets, including at Anthology Film Archives, Tokyo Fashion Week, on Gizmodo and in GQ Germany, amongst others. He is currently working in collaboration with Donari Braxton on the short film, Themes From a Rosary, and is additionally in preparation on his first feature project.  
http://www.takeshifukunaga.com
Current city: New York
Takeshi Fukunaga is a filmmaker based in New York City. His work has been featured in a wide variety of festivals and related outlets, including at Anthology Film Archives, Tokyo Fashion Week, on Gizmodo and in GQ Germany, amongst others. He is currently working in collaboration with Donari Braxton on the short film, Themes From a Rosary, and is additionally in preparation on his first feature project.  
 
I love how I walk around the city and bump into so many musicians. It's nice to see them rocking in the street and stopping busy New Yorkers from walking.
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It's a bar with live Jazz music, random furnitures, and bunch of games like pool, ping-pong, chess, and etc. The place is filthy, disorganized, and fun.
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Growing up in a small town surrounded by nature, life in the city becomes difficult sometimes. Prospect park is a great place to take a deep breath and refresh. Seeing the horizon there eases my mind.
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I've seen so many great classic movies on film here. Being able to have that experience is one of the things that I feel lucky living in this city.
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Just by sitting on a bench and drinking a coffee in the park, I can be entertained by so many performers and some crazy people.
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