Brett Fallentine

filmmaker

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Filmmaker behind the documentary 'Fire on the Hill: The Story of the Compton Cowboys,' which is currently raising funds with a Kickstarter campaign

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Southern California is an industrialized megalopolis, but its agricultural history continues in some unlikely places.

Telling the Story of the Cowboys of Compton

Southern California is an industrialized megalopolis, but its agricultural history continues in some unlikely places.

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