Coming this fall:
San Francisco is ground zero for new tech innovations in social media and the “sharing economy.” A once free-spirited city is now riven by income inequality and the displacement of ethnic communities. But a grassroots backlash could shape the outcome of an upcoming election, and send out a message from the global center of the digital revolution. A feature-length documentary for release in the fall of 2016. Produced and directed by Deborah Kaufman and Alan Snitow. Edited by Manuel Tsingaris.
“Company Town” is a shot of political energy, just when we need it most — a valentine to the weird and wild hurly-burly of the electoral process at the grassroots level, from where true democracy springs.” — David Talbot, founder of Salon and bestselling author of “Season of the Witch” and “The Devil’s Chessboard”
“I was thrilled by Company Town‘s virtuoso storytelling, its compassion, and the message that democracy can actually win the fight (sometimes!) against our corporate overlords.” — Josh Kornbluth, Monologuist & Filmmaker