|Director||Lee Anne Schmitt|
|Writers||Lee Anne Schmitt (writer)
|Runtime||USA:77 min, France:76 min, 76 min|
|Awards||2009 San Francisco International Film Festival
2011 Vienna International Film Festival
|Plot||Lee Anne Schmitt explores of California's landscape and past to document the history of one-time boom towns built and abandoned by the industries that necessitated their creation. Sold as a limitless land expansive with free opportunity, California was actually, from its onset, fissured by the interwoven needs of private and public interests. Schmitt's film covers various locations through time, as the major industries of the early 20th century (mining, lumber, oil) give way to the military, eventually leading to multinational corporations, and the use of small towns as satellites for growing urban metropolises.... see California Company Town on IMDb|
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