A YEAR AFTER WILDFIRES RAVAGED NORTHERN CALIFORNIA’S WINE COUNTRY, ITS VULNERABLE POPULATION OF FARMWORKERS, MANY OF THEM UNDOCUMENTED, FIND THEMSELVES IN A HEIGHTENED STATE OF INSECURITY AND INEQUALITY. ALL THAT REMAINS EXPLORES THE IMMIGRATION, LABOR, AND HOUSING ISSUES THAT HAVE BEEN BUILDING IN NAPA AND SONOMA FOR YEARS, ONLY TO BE BROUGHT TO THE SURFACE BY ONE OF THE DEADLIEST NATURAL DISASTERS IN CALIFORNIA HISTORY.
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NEWS AND SCREENINGS
Eva Rendle - director, producer, editor
Eva Rendle is a journalist and documentary filmmaker whose work covers agriculture, immigration, and the environment. She received her B.A. in Environmental Studies and Geography from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2013, and spent several years working on organic farms in Spain and Italy and leading backpacking trips in Colorado and Central America. In 2015 she received a National Geographic Early Career grant to spend a season following the olive harvest through Spain, Greece, and Italy. She has worked for Idle Wild Films, California Magazine, and Camp 4 Collective. Her writing and photography have been published in National Geographic Online, California Magazine, and Edible Seattle and she has presented her work at the National Geographic Headquarters in Washington, D.C. and the Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival in Banff, Canada. She has worked on stories internationally in Spain, Greece, Italy, Chile, Hungary, Peru, Israel, and Palestine. Eva is currently the Brian Pollack Documentary Film Fellow at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism.
marian carrasquero - cinematographer
Marian Carrasquero is a Venezuelan documentary photographer and filmmaker. She received her B.F.A in photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design, attended Eddie Adams Workshop XXVIII and is currently pursuing her masters degree in Documentary Filmmaking from UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. She has interned for The New York Times, NPR, CNN, and The Museum of Modern Art. She is currently working on a documentary short film she produced, directed and shot about Venezuelan migrants in Colombia.