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Title
Point of Pride: The People's View of Bayview/Hunter's Point
Contributing Institution
San Francisco Public Library
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Point of Pride: The People's View of Bayview/Hunter's Point
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Description
Point of Pride: The People's View of Bayview/Hunter's Point, a documentary film about the Bayview Hunters Point neighborhood. Point of Pride combines archival footage from the 1950's 60's and 70's with present-day viewpoints and reactions to these images from the past to create a compelling portrait of a community marked by struggle and fueled by hope. Point of Pride is the culmination of a year long grant, Remembering and Restoring the Multimedia History of Bayview Hunter's Point. Community partners included the San Francisco Public Library, BAVC and San Francisco Bay Area Television Archive at San Francisco State University. Executive Produced by Bay Area Video Coalition Produced by DWM Producing In association with San Francisco Public Library & San Francisco State University Funded by Institute of Museum and Library Services & California State Library This project was supported in whole or in part by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered in California by the State Librarian. "Point of Pride" Production Unit Latiece Brown Prince Dean Karwanna Dyson Jasmine Hernandez Randi Jacobs Marcus Lewis Dimitri William Moore Natalie Teter Film Archivist Alex Cherian Archival Footage Available Online Courtesy: KRON-TV4 Courtesy: CBS5 KPIX-TV/San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose Courtesy: KQED "Take This Hammer" Originally prodcuced by KQED, Courtesy WNET Source: Bay Area Television Archive Additional Post Production Services by Lawrence Richford Music "My Introduction" From My Introduction by Day-Day Produced by Emilio Diaz Released 28 May 2014 Published by BUMP Records "Slow & Sexy" "Dream Pad" "Melodic" Produced by SkubyD "I'm So Vicious" From the album Vicious Lessons Produced by T.C. Recorded at T.C. studio Published by Jamie Redmond & Tomie C. Witherspoon For Tapped Out Music. BMI May 1 2014
Type
moving image
Subject
Sfpl
San francisco public library
San francisco
Sfpl.org
Hunters Point (Neighborhood)
Bayview (Neighborhood)

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