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Alan Snitow & Deborah Kaufman, with Michael Fox

Filmmakers Kaufman and Snitow follow-up their thought-provoking documentary with a provocative examination of the impact of the privatization of one of our most precious natural resources. Is potable water just another commodity that can be bought up by private companies? Who benefits and who loses?
About the Authors:

Documentary filmmaker and journalist Alan Snitow’s films include “Thirst,” “Secrets of Silicon Valley,” and “Blacks and Jews.” He is a graduate of Cornell University and lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Human rights activist and attorney Deborah Kaufman is the founder of the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival. As a producer and director, her films include “Thirst,” “Secrets of Silicon Valley,” and “Blacks and Jews.”

Michael Fox has written for more than 50 regional and national publications. A member of the San Francisco Film Critics Circle, Fox also has an MBA from Loyola University, Chicago. He is curator and host of Mechanics’ Institute’s CinemaLit Film Series.

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Added by Pamela Troy on February 26, 2007

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