One Thing in Nothing

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Cooked: Survival by Zip Code -- Centerpiece Presentation
Roxie Theater Sat, Sep 28 6:00 PM
Judith Helfand // 2019 Green Tenacity Award // A life and death story about extreme heat, the politics of "disaster," and survival by zip code.
Film Info
Director:Whitney Legge
Year of Production:2018
Film Type:Short Film
Topic:Climate
Housing
SF Bay Area
Country:USA
Running Time:4 min.

Description

Expected Guest: Director Whitney Legge


October 8, 2017, Tubbs Fire ripped through Santa Rosa county, marking at the time one of the most destructive wildfire in California history. Over 2,800 homes were destroyed, and twenty people lost their lives. What was once a neighborhood, it is now turned to black and white ashes. What remains are the memories of home and a child’s perspective and remembrance of what was.



Whitney LeggeWhitney Legge has a Bachelor of Arts in Photography from San Francisco Art Institute where she was and honored with the John Collier Humanitarian Award. She works for The Asia Foundation producing documentary short films.

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