Heritage 50 Documentary: Part III

July 1st, 2021 No Comments »

To celebrate SF Heritage’s 50th Anniversary in 2021, we partnered with Bread & Butter Films to produce a short documentary on the events and people who galvanized San Francisco’s historic-preservation community, from its inception in the 1960s as a reaction to urban-renewal policies, to the founding of Heritage (1971), early triumphs and losses, and the evolution and expansion of its mission in subsequent decades.

Today we’re premiering Part 3: Cultural Preservation. Stay tuned next week for Part 4!

Part 3 credits:

Directed by Camille Servan-Schreiber
Produced by Jackie Krentzman and Camille Servan-Schreiber
Edited by: Dylan Bergeson
Filmed by Andy Black and Ray Day
Archival reaseach by Sub-Basement Archival

Archival material courtesy of:
California Newsreel
Dave Glass
Landmark Fund Video Photos, photographer Spencer Brown
OpenSFHistory
Pexels
Internet Archive (at archive.org) in association with Prelinger Archives
San Francisco Planning Department
San Francisco History Center, San Francisco Public Library
SF Heritage
Videvo
Judith Lynch
Robert Cameron
Meg Oldman
Emiliano Echeverria

Murals in the Mission Courtesy of:

Miranda Bergman “el Salvador resistance”
O’Brien Thiele “Nicaragua de plenty ”
Simone Star ” colibrí transition”
Patricia Rose “Cruz Florida”
Special thanks to Santos Lopez owner of  L’s Caffe at 2871 24th Street, for donating the patio area.

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