Fog City Mavericks: How the Bay Area inspired Coppola, Lucas and other pioneers to change movie history

The Bay Area’s achievements in special effects and digital animation in movies over the past 30 years are well documented. Less known, however, is the impact Northern California has always had on movies in general.

That’s the focus of Fog City Mavericks, a compelling two-hour documentary by Gary Leva, which I reviewed last week for The Wave Magazine. Click here to read the complete article, which appears as part of the magazine’s regular Spotlight feature.

Ed Robertson
www.edrobertson.com

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