Announcing new screenings of Changing Boundaries: The History of San Jose!
Camera 12, located at 201 S. 2nd St., downtown San Jose, is hosting THREE screenings of Changing Boundaries on Thursday, February 5 at 7 PM, Friday, February 6 at 7 PM and Saturday, February 7 at 2 PM.
Additional community-based screenings are planned for the future. Be sure to keep in touch at creatvsj.org.
About Changing Boundaries:
When it comes to showcasing the immense talent and quality of work that comes out of CreaTV, one need look no further than our documentary project, Changing Boundaries, The History of San Jose, which made its World Premiere at the California Theatre on January 22, 2015.
Produced on a budget of approximately $200,000, the film tells the story of the working people, political leaders and dreamers who built the City of San Jose.
Produced by Norman Kline and CreaTV San Jose, and directed by Tricia Creason-Valencia, the film’s production includes a key collaboration with History San Jose, which provided archival photography and documents.
Narrated by actor Daniel P. Wilson, and featuring an original musical score by Grammy nominee Robert Berry of Soundtek Studios, this first-of-its-kind feature-length documentary showcases interviews with key historical figures, from farmers to civic leaders, including Tom McEnery, Blanca Alvarado and Norm Mineta. Other notable interviewees include historians Terry Christensen, Nannette Regua and Steven Millner.