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Eva Rendle is a journalist and documentary filmmaker whose work covers agriculture, immigration, and the environment. She has experience as a director, producer, reporter, videographer, and editor.

She received her B.A. in Environmental Studies and Geography from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2013. In 2015 she received a National Geographic Early Career grant to spend three months living and working on olive farms, documenting small-scale olive oil production around the Mediterranean. Since then, she has worked on print and video stories in Spain, Greece, Italy, Chile, Hungary, Peru, Israel, and Palestine. Most recently she worked as a research intern and production assistant at Idle Wild Films.

Eva is currently the Brian Pollack Documentary Film Fellow at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. She recently completed her first film, All That Remains, a short documentary exploring the longterm impacts of the North Bay Fires on Napa and Sonoma’s farmworker communities.

In her free time she enjoys fly-fishing, backpacking, and volunteering on organic farms.