Delivered Vacant is showing at UnionDocs in Brooklyn
Sunday July 30th at 7:30pm.

Delivered Vacant is an eight-year chronicle of housing gentrification in Hoboken, NJ, a mile-square city across the river from Manhattan. Nora Jacobson, director of the film, captured all sides of the real estate struggle with an equally intelligent and wry eye, from eccentric politicians and naive developers, to Hoboken natives and newly transplanted yuppies. An intricate and deeply human portrait of the city and the people that lived there, the film went on to play at the New York Film Festival, Sundance, and the San Francisco Film Festival where it garnered a Golden Gate Award.