Lighting it up | Manhattan Times

Story by Sherry Mazzocchi

Led Black and Jon Ullman

Led Black (left) and Jon Ullman have created a 17-minute documentary, The Incredibly Spectacular Dyckman Fireworks Company. (Photo: Sherry Mazzocchi)

A new independent documentary about fireworks is sparking controversy.

Filmmakers Jonathan Ullman and Led Black chronicled Northern Manhattan’s most explosive night—July 4th.

Last summer, when they were working on their feature length documentary, Nutcracker, people told them to come back with their cameras and capture something really memorable. The next night they returned with their film crew and let the cameras roll.

The resulting 17-minute documentary, The Incredibly Spectacular Dyckman Fireworks Company premiered at District 12 this past Mon., Jun. 16th.

Read more: Lighting it up| Manhattan Times News.

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