Carlmont High School in Belmont, California
Winner of the 360 Filmmakers Challenge Learn & Grow Award – Spring 2017
From the filmmakers: “Our 360° video discusses the issues surrounding gentrification, the process of more affluent people and businesses entering deteriorating areas resulting in displacing the poorer residents, in the San Francisco Bay Area. We were motivated to make this project because of the recent technological boom in all of the Bay Area that has been a large driver for the displacement that has occurred in various neighborhoods. We hope that this short film leaves an impact on all of the viewers by showcasing the main cause for big communities becoming vulnerable. The entire video would be a great accomplishment if the people who watch it, who had previously not known of gentrification, can now identify the issue.”
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