All Roads Lead to Facendini Lane
"Nobody really grows apples anymore." These were the words my often crotchety, but very likeable 82-year-old Italian neighbor, Skip, barked at me when I recounted part of my morning visit with Ellen Cavalli of Tilted Shed. "There was a time I could tell ya who owned every orchard, and probably even who planted most of the god damned trees in Occidental and Sebastopol. Now, there's nothing but (expletive) grapes." (This, coming from the man who has at least one glass of wine, usually local, every night with dinner and afterwards with his biscotti.) When I told him I was going to Facendini Lane his grimace turned into a huge smile. I knew the mention of Facendini would lighten his mood from past stories he had shared with us. The lane was named for the two brothers that had lived there, who were also the father and uncle of his best friend.
Ellen and Scott have a wonderful network of local purveyors and friends. So it was a given that we highlight some of them in our pairing.
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Producer/Director: Steve Rustad
Associate Producer/Unit Production Manager: Leslie Simmons
Consulting Producer: Amy Vogler
Director of Photography: Alan Campbell
Additional Camera: Dan Shimer
Gaffer/Key Grip:: John Paussa
Best Boy: Corey Sceales
Grip: Jaime Delgado
Camera Assistant/Set Photography: Jeff Maloney
Production Assistant: Jenna Beavers
Production Assistant: Eli Booker
Audio Technician: Matt Bouler
Music: Sheldon Bermont
Makeup: Vanessa Colombo
Food Stylist/Set Design: Joanna Badano
Edited by: Leslie Simmons
Animation by: Chris Vandershaaf
Graphics by Valerie Valdivia