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Life After Water

Life After Water

California's Central Valley produces more than half of America's produce, but the summer of 2015 marked the fourth year of what has become a monumental drought. Small family farmers like Jesus Ramos are in trouble, and if it doesn't rain soon the rest of the country will be soon feeling the effects, too.

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Main credits

Ellis, Andrew Michael (film director)
Ellis, Andrew Michael (film producer)
Ellis, Andrew Michael (editor of moving image work)
Ellis, Andrew Michael (cinematographer)
Maierson, Eric (film producer)
Maierson, Eric (editor of moving image work)
Storm, Brian (film producer)
Storm, Brian (editor of moving image work)

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Cinematography, Andrew Michael Ellis, Alex Miskei, Ryan Youngblood.


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American Studies, Latino Studies, migration, environment, farming, agriculture and food, government policies, labor studies, family issues, economy, community
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MediaStorm, photography, audio, multimedia, journalism, video, Brian Storm, Eric Maierson, San Joaquin, pictures, photos, Andrew Michael Ellis, Alex Miskei, Tim Klimowicz, farmers, Delta Smelt, Citrus, drought, water, conservation, environmentalist, Jesus Ramos, family farm, climate, organges, California, Central Valley, soil, trees, low income rural; "Life After Water"; MediaStorm