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SMALL KITCHENS (27 mins, 2020) observes the physical connections and social contrasts of kitchen work between a Nepali restaurant and a Mexican food cart on the Elmhurst-Jackson Heights border, under the 7 train, in Queens. Shot in the months prior to the coronavirus crisis, Small Kitchens now is a time-capsule of work and consumption, of daily life, in this most global part of NYC before it became the global epicenter of Covid-19, which changed everything. A New Work Grant from the Queens Council on the Arts funded by NYC's Department of Cultural Affairs supported this project. You can view most of Small Kitchens' postscreening Queens Historical Society Q&A, here.