The Desert

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Stop the Presses!: Memos from the Fourth Estate
Century Larkspur Wed, Oct 9, 2019 6:15 PM
We are proud to present a selection of films from the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, widely regarded as one of the country’s best journalism programs, which routinely produces groundbreaking stories for broadcast, print, and online outlets. Emma Schwartz’s Brewed in Palestine (US 2019, 17 min) presents an intimate portrait of the Taybeh Brewery created by a resourceful Palestinian family living and working under Israeli occupation in the West Bank. Eva Rendle’s touching All That Remains (US 2019, 20 min) revisits Northern California’s wine country a year after deadly wildfires ravaged the landscape and the lives of its vulnerable population of farmworkers, many of them undocumented, who find themselves in a heightened state of insecurity and inequality. Years after the closure of a major public hospital in the Bay Area, patients, first responders, and care providers must adapt to the long distances and limited options in Bo Kovita’s powerful The Desert
Stop the Presses!: Memos from the Fourth Estate
Rafael 2 Sun, Oct 13, 2019 2:00 PM
We are proud to present a selection of films from the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, widely regarded as one of the country’s best journalism programs, which routinely produces groundbreaking stories for broadcast, print, and online outlets. Emma Schwartz’s Brewed in Palestine (US 2019, 17 min) presents an intimate portrait of the Taybeh Brewery created by a resourceful Palestinian family living and working under Israeli occupation in the West Bank. Eva Rendle’s touching All That Remains (US 2019, 20 min) revisits Northern California’s wine country a year after deadly wildfires ravaged the landscape and the lives of its vulnerable population of farmworkers, many of them undocumented, who find themselves in a heightened state of insecurity and inequality. Years after the closure of a major public hospital in the Bay Area, patients, first responders, and care providers must adapt to the long distances and limited options in Bo Kovita’s powerful The Desert
Film Info
Country:US
Year:2019
Running Time:27 min.
Director:Bo Kovitz
Producer:Bo Kovitz
Cinematographer:Bo Kovitz / Additional Crew: Lucas Guilkey
Sarah Cahlan
Editor:Bo Kovitz

Description

Years after the closure of a major public hospital in the Bay Area, patients, first responders, and care providers must adapt to the long distances and limited options in the powerful The Desert.

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Director Bo Kovitz