Brooklyn's D. Carlton Bright has been filming 3D images of Williamsburg for the past ten years, and has now cut it all together for an hour-long feature called Williamsburg: 3D of a Decade, which will be screened at Nitehawk Cinemas this Thursday. Below you can see a preview (sans the 3D but for some reason with a double vision screen)—the film chronicles "the neighborhood, its residents and how it's changed (for better or worse) over the last ten years." You know, back when Williamsburg's outdoor concerts were held in the abandoned McCarren Park Pool—those were the days.

But we sort of wish it went back a few decades further. For that, check out this two-minute clip of Williamsburg in the 1970s, and this series of really old photos of the neighborhood.