Fine Grain Pictures spent five days at the BNP Paribas Open shooting and editing content for Bank of the West, a longtime sponsor of the tournament. We got to interview the legendary Billie Jean King (!), chat with CEO Nandita Bakhshi about gender equality, and watch Serena Williams, Naomi Osaka and Rafael Nadal clean house.
We’re delighted with the video we produced for the East Bay/Silicon Valley chapter of Habitat for Humanity. Working with the team there, we conceptualized a video that encapsulates the power of owning a home through Habitat, and the community that it helps create. We’re so lucky to work with such amazing people in the community!
We wrapped up the year with two Greentech Media events - the Power and Renewables Summit in Austin and the Energy Storage Summit here in San Francisco - featuring Casey Johnson, Lauren Veen, and Taj Musco on the risers and Vincent Tremblay as the man behind the curtain. Great work producing a seamless show everyone!
Our quarterly free screening is this Saturday! We plan to show lots of interesting work from local east bay filmmakers. Come support your local artists, activists and friends. Light snacks and drinks provided.
Saturday, September 29th —7:30PM - 9:30PM
3350 Grand Ave, Oakland, CA 94610
Check out the work we will be showcasing!
Directed by Vincent Tremblay
A kaleidoscopic look at a changing landscape as the members of a band from San Francisco embark on a DIY tour across the country.
At the Same Time (work in progress)
Directed by Lauren Veen and Ephi Stempler
A 64-year-old transgender actor must choose between her career (playing men) and living her life as a woman.
The Spirit of a Child (work in progress)
Directed by Louis Bryant
Round two with first time filmmaker Louis Bryant III. Since our last showing, new clips have been developed which dive deeper into the story of Mama Laadi and her children in Ghana.
Baghdad to the Bay (Trailer)
Directed by Erin Palmquist
A documentary that follows the journey of an Iraqi refugee and former translator for the US military. Wrongfully accused of being a double agent, tortured by the U.S., and ostracized from his family and country, Ghazwan Alsharif struggles to rebuild his life in the United States while coming out as an openly gay man.