Short Documentary Video Runtime: 10 min Color & B/W, Stereo In 1954, an artist named Rex May created an iconic street sign for the city of San Francisco. Half a century later, his signs started to disappear. What began as a short film about design took on a life of its own and ended up changing a little piece of history. San Francisco Intl Film Fest 2018 – WORLD PREMIERE – Golden Gate Award Warsaw International Film Festival 2018 – INTERNATIONAL PREMIERE AFI Fest 2018 – Nominated for Short Film Grand Prix Tacoma Film Festival 2018 Flickers Rhode Island International Film Festival 2018 Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival 2018 Cinequest Film Festival 2019 Sonoma International Film Festival 2019 Selected by KQED’s Truly CA as part of Season 14, to be broadcast in August 2019 Directed by Bradley Smith & Tyler McPherron Written, Narrated and Illustrated by Alexander Barrett Produced by Bradley Smith, Jeremy Summer, Little Moving Pictures Director of Photography: Tyler McPherron Edited by Gregory Gheorgiu, Matthew O’Donnell, Tyler McPherron, Bradley Smith Composer: Jordan Lehning Colorist: Sean Wells Sound Mixing: Joel Raabe Dialogue Recorded & Edited by Tom Disher Gaffer: Luke Seerveld Assistant Editors: Caleb Stumpfl, Michael Pavoni Assistant Camera: Evan Henkel Production Assistants: Frank Frattini, Natalie Vall-Freed, Lemia Bodden, Matthew Nelson Archivist: Emily Bender SFMTA: Noel Laffey, Eddie Clark, Todd Vers, Candace Sue, Katy Guyon, Helen Lau SF Film Commission: Manijeh Fata Special Thanks: Chuck Little, The Family of Rex May, Lee Hastings, Susan Burdick, Kaz Tsuruta, Elliott Reid, Wendy Niles, David de la Torre, Sarah Klise, Bridget Watson Payne, The Mexican Museum, The Oakland Museum of California, Chronicle Books