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Shaping San Francisco
May 30, 2019 Shaping San Francisco
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Judy Davis, a veteran worker at Rainbow Grocery in San Francisco, reminisces about her earlier days in San Francisco, her life at the venerable cooperative grocery store from its first location near 16th and Valencia, through their time on 15th and Mission, and finally to their current location on Division and Folsom... through the trials and tribulations among workers, customers, and the City.
Topics: Rainbow Grocery Cooperative, workers coops, cooperatives, co-op grocery stores, Mission District,...
Shaping San Francisco
Jun 7, 2017 Shaping San Francisco
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Original San Francisco Digger Kent Minault was invited to Berkeley to meet someone to talk about a book on Black America... he was introduced to Huey Newton of the Black Panthers and an entirely different meeting took place instead.
Topics: Diggers, Black Panthers, free food, free breakfast program, Oakland, Berkeley, police, police...
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Doing science and making culture are increasingly intertwined as more and more amateur naturalists crowdsource the multi-layered experience of life on this planet. Authors of two new books  Mary Ellen Hannibal  ( Citizen Scientist: Searching for Heroes and Hope in an Age of Extinction ) and  Ursula Heise  ( Imagining Extinction: The Cultural Meanings of Endangered Species ) illuminate the tangled, dynamic processes of thinking and doing that help us understand where we are and what we...
Topics: Citizen Science, scientist, amateur, natural selection, Darwinism, cooperation, species, habitat,...
Shaping San Francisco
Apr 22, 2015 Shaping San Francisco
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Experimental filmmaker Greta Snider talks about gender behind the camera.
Topics: Snider, experimental, film, gender
Shaping San Francisco
Apr 21, 2015 Shaping San Francisco
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A short film clip from Greta Snider's Our Gay Brothers .  Used by permission of the artist Greta Snider.
Topics: Snider, Film
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Apr 21, 2015 Shaping San Francisco
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A short film clip from Greta Snider's Hard Core Home Movie .  Used by permission of the artist Greta Snider.
Topics: Snider, Film
Shaping San Francisco
Apr 21, 2015 Shaping San Francisco
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A short film clip from Greta Snider's Portland .  Used by permission of the artist Greta Snider.
Topics: Snider, Film
Shaping San Francisco
Apr 21, 2015 Shaping San Francisco
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A short film clip from Greta Snider's Blood Story .  Used by permission of the artist Greta Snider.
Topics: Snider, Film
Shaping San Francisco
Apr 3, 2015 Shaping San Francisco
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Greta Snider is an experimental filmmaker whose work ranges from a variety of subjects and aesthetics. From a DIY documentary style with films such as Hard Core Home Movie and Portland , to collage essay films with Futility.  She has used both aesthetics in films No-Zones, Our Gay Brothers, and Blood Story .  She is currently a tenured Professor of Cinema at San Francisco State University.
Topics: Snider, experimental, films
Shaping San Francisco
Mar 29, 2015 Shaping San Francisco
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This is a short movie clip of Jay Rosenblatt's film King of the Jews .  Used by permission and courtesy of Jay Rosenblatt.
Topics: Jay Rosenblatt, film
Shaping San Francisco
Mar 28, 2015 Shaping San Francisco
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This is a short movie clip of Jay Rosenblatt's film Phantom Limb .  Used by permission and courtesy of Jay Rosenblatt.
Topics: Jay Rosenblatt, film
Shaping San Francisco
Mar 28, 2015 Shaping San Francisco
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This is a movie clip from Jay Rosenblatt's Human Remains .  Used by permission and courtesy of Jay Rosenblatt.
Topics: Jay Rosenblatt, Film
Shaping San Francisco
Mar 28, 2015 Shaping San Francisco
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A short clip of Craig Baldwin's film Tribulation 99 .  Used by permission and courtesy of Craig Baldwin.
Topics: sci-fi, Craig Baldwin
Shaping San Francisco
Mar 28, 2015 Shaping San Francisco
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A short movie clip from Craig Baldwin's film Sonic Outlaws.  Used by permission and courtesy of Craig Baldwin.
Topics: Documentary, Negativland, Craig Baldwin
Shaping San Francisco
Mar 15, 2015 Shaping San Francisco
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Jay Rosenblatt is an internationally recognized artist who has been working as an independent filmmaker since 1980 and has completed over twenty-five films.  His work explores our emotional and psychological cores. They are personal in their content yet universal in their appeal. His films have received over 100 awards and have screened throughout the world. A selection of his films had theatrical runs at the Film Forum in New York and at theaters around the country. His most recent films...
Topics: Filmmaker, award winner, San Francisco
Shaping San Francisco
Feb 27, 2015 Shaping San Francisco
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Experimental Filmmaker Craig Baldwin talks about the future of Artists' Television Access (ATA).
Topics: Baldwin, Experimental, Film, ATA
Shaping San Francisco
Feb 27, 2015 Shaping San Francisco
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Experimental filmmaker Craig Baldwin talks film and video aesthetics.
Topics: Baldwin, film, video, aesthetics
Shaping San Francisco
Aug 15, 2014 Shaping San Francisco
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Josephine and Regina Alioto recount the story of Pietro Alioto and his candy and ice cream parlor at Lombard and Mason, 1910-1930s.
Topics: Italians, North Beach, Alioto, small business, 1930s, prohibition
Shaping San Francisco
Jul 6, 1999 Shaping San Francisco
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Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz grew up in rural Oklahoma, daughter of a landless farmer and half-Indian mother. Her paternal grandfather, a white settler, farmer, and veterinarian, had been a labor activist and Socialist in Oklahoma with the Industrial Workers of the World in the first two decades of the twentieth century. The stories of her grandfather inspired her to lifelong social justice activism. Married at eighteen, she left with her husband for San Francisco, California, where she has lived most...
Topics: Dunbar-Ortiz, American Indian Movement (AIM), activism
Shaping San Francisco
Apr 27, 1997 Shaping San Francisco
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Taxi driver Mat Callahan gives us a tour of San Francisco and his takes on labor, politics, culture, and community.
Topics: Tour, San Francisco
Shaping San Francisco
Jun 26, 1996 Shaping San Francisco
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Harry Hay was labor, human, and gay rights advocate in the 1930's through his death in 2002.  He organized the Mattachine Society and the Radical Faeries , a loosely-affiliated gay spiritual movement.
Topics: Hay, Gay, Human, Rights