Filmed in October

We just completed another film day of interviews a couple of weeks ago. We filmed at an 1880s Victorian home in the Lower Haight of San Francisco. In the earlier part of the day we interviewed Judith Lynch about Victorian architecture and its details, and the inspirations behind its progression.

In the afternoon, we interviewed Robert Cherny, Professor of history at San Francisco State. (Robert is also an academic advisor for the film). We covered three decades of San Francisco history, from industry to politics to the Chinese.

That make seven interviews so far. Our next focus is to get up to the Comstock for further filming by next spring, once the money is raised to do it. We’re looking at a few exciting sites to film at, as well as a couple of interviews waiting to happen up there. Virginia City, here we come!

ps: Photos of the recent interviews will be uploaded here soon.

Published in: on October 25, 2010 at 11:31 pm  Comments (1)  

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  1. I am very excited to see this documentary succeed. I myself blog on Gilded Age San Francisco at . For me I come at the subject from a Western or regional perspective, asking questions like: Was there a difference between in society and culture between Gilded Age New York and San Francisco? Essentially looking at the Gilded Age through a western lens. Again, hope the film succeeds! Can not wait to see it!

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