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Kelly Duane

Kelly Duane founded Loteria Films in 2001 after she co-directed and produced her first documentary film, SEE HOW THEY RUN, chronicling the 1999 Willie Brown Mayoral bid for re-election in the city of San Francisco. SEE HOW THEY RUN was broadcast on PBS stations and screened in film festivals across the US. After the completion of Monumental Duane was awarded the San Francisco Bay Gaurdian's 2004 Goldie Award in film. Prior to film work Duane was a photojournalist and photo editor for Random House and Chronicle Books. A few book titles to her credit include, Mavericks: The History of Big Wave Surfing, El Capitan, Radiance, Poker, and The Rock and Roll Traveler. She lives in San Francisco with her husband Mario and daughter Lila.

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Monumental: David Brower's Fight for Wild America

$17.95 | 77 minutes

(2005) - Director, Producer

Though it may seem as if the conservationist movement has been around forever, its modern incarnation can be traced back to one man, David Brower. When Brower saw the Yosemite Valley for the first time as a young man, he decided to devote&hellip…

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