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THE WAY HOME: THE MOST VULNERABLE
ART OF IMPACT
(2020 US) Director CAMILLE SERVAN-SCHREIBER
Solutions for homelessness become possible when Bay Area organizations and communities work together.
CAMILLE SERVAN-SCHREIBER has been working in documentary film since 1998. She has produced a number of films including the Peabody-Award winning Eames: The Architect and the Painter, and The First Angry Man. Servan-Schreiber has received many honors including the Golden Spire Award from the San Francisco Film Festival, a national Emmy nomination, and the National Education Writers Association First Prize for Broadcast Journalism. Currently, Servan-Schreiber is working on The Way Home, a series of short docs about homelessness, and producing Gold Rush, a documentary about the making of Peter Sellars’ and John Adams’ latest opera, Girls of the Golden West.
|PRODUCERS:||Shawn Dailey, Camille Servan-Schreiber, Don Hardy|
|WRITTEN BY:||Camille Servan-Schreiber, Don Hardy|
|CINEMATOGRAPHERS:||Mike Abela, Andrew Black, Duncan Clark, Don Hardy|
|PRINT SOURCE:||KTF FILMS|