Arthur Albert is a legend on Central Park South. An actor. A voice over talent. A salesman.
But he may be remembered best for being one of the founders of the sport of racquetball, as well as the mentor of Marty Hogan -- the sport's greatest player. We were hired to shoot this documentary on the occasion of Artie's racquetball invitational in Manhattan.
The film was a hit at film festivals in Washington and St. Louis (where much of the story takes place). It looks like a production that cost five times what it actually did -- a testament to the 24p revolution that the Panasonic DVX100 was leading at that time.
I did most of the shooting and editing.
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