Crescite
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Company Town
Sequoia 1Sun, Oct 9, 2016 2:00 PM
Panel Discussion Following this Screening
Local filmmakers Deborah Kaufman and Alan Snitow take to the streets of San Francisco to track last year’s supervisor race between incumbent Julie Christensen and former supervisor and lefty firebrand Aaron Peskin. The film's real focus, however, is the way in which every resident is affected by Airbnb and the influx of tech workers. PRECEDED BY CRESCITE US 2016, 14 min Director Will Agee
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Company Town
Century Larkspur 3Sat, Oct 15, 2016 12:00 PM
Local filmmakers Deborah Kaufman and Alan Snitow take to the streets of San Francisco to track last year’s supervisor race between incumbent Julie Christensen and former supervisor and lefty firebrand Aaron Peskin. The film's real focus, however, is the way in which every resident is affected by Airbnb and the influx of tech workers. PRECEDED BY CRESCITE US 2016, 14 min Director Will Agee
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Film Info
Country:US
Year:2016
Running Time:14 min.
Description
Napa Valley’s growing migrant farm worker population presents challenges. But when a community comes together, great things can be accomplished.
Additional Information
Will Agee was raised in Saint Helena, California amidst the grapevines. After graduating from Stanford University in 2011, he started a multimedia company that focused on digitizing photos and videos for individuals and families. Almost immediately, he began getting requests from his clients to turn their memories and stories into videos. Always having a penchant for storytelling through film and music, he turned his lifelong passion of filmmaking into a reality by launching a video production company, Dulcinea Productions. His debut short film, Crescite, is the inception of what promises to be a long career in the film industry.