The particularly timely beauty of Marta Renzi’s film “Skybridge” is the way it both celebrates Hunter’s delightful, imbedded-into-New-York-City architecture and presciently honors our access to spaces that were easily taken for granted. As dancers make close contact with one another, (not to mention all those metal railings!), we hover like the camera over a moment of innocence and witness the mutual aid of partnering and pedestrian flow. Here was an interactive social present that remains, hopefully, not too distant.