Hollywood film editor, author, educator and BAIPA member Gael Chandler will be talking about her book, Chronicles of Old San Francisco, on Saturday, October 10, 7pm, at Book Passage in Corte Madera. She will also run the trailer she created for the book.
Discover one of the world’s most unique and fascinating cities through 28 dramatic true stories spanning the colorful history of San Francisco. In her book, Chandler takes readers through more than 250 years of American history with exciting essays on topics such as the city’s origins to the founding of the Presidio of San Francisco and the Mission San Francisco de Asis to its modern role as the progressive and innovative heart of a nation.
Gael Chandler spent 30 years in Los Angeles working as a film editor, teacher, and author of three books on editing. Since returning to the Bay Area, she has embarked on a new career making video book trailers and enhanced e-books. She also serves as vice-president and co-chair of programs for the Marin branch of California Writers Club.
“I would love to see BAIPA members there, and feel free to invite friends,” says Chandler.