These Anonymous Artists Turned An Abandoned KFC Into A DIY Film Studio

These Anonymous Artists Turned An Abandoned KFC Into A DIY Film Studio

A NYC artist collective converted defunct drive-through kiosk into greenscreen

Andrew Conrad
  • 1 april 2016

Filmmaking in Brooklyn just got a lot cheaper. Thanks to a collective of anonymous artists who coated the drive-through kiosk of the abandoned KFC at 666 Bushwick Ave. in greenscreen paint, now anyone with a video camera and bit of film editing knowledge can create their own low-budget special effects, guerrilla style.

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