Groundbreaking Documentary “Changing Boundaries: The History of San Jose” Is Now Available Online
Mar 28, 2016
San Jose, CA, March 28, 2016 — Norman Kline Productions, in partnership with CreaTV San Jose and History San Jose today announced the online availability of the movie “Changing Boundaries: The History of San Jose.”

“It has always been our intent to make Changing Boundaries as widely available as possible, including for use in classrooms,” said Executive Producer, Norman Kline.  “This movie would not have been possible without the funding of major sponsors from the community and the work of two great non-profits, CreaTV San Jose and History San Jose."

The movie can be viewed and downloaded for free on the CreaTV San Jose website at http://www.creatvsj.org/watch/changing-boundaries/. All copyrights remain intact and the movie cannot be used for commercial purposes without the written permission of Norman Kline Productions, Inc.

Directed and produced by Tricia Creason-Valencia, and written by Dennis Willis and Norman Kline, the documentary covers 200 years of the history of one of the most important cities in California; from the establishment of the first Spanish town, to the first state capital, to the center of the Valley of Hearts delight and into the modern era of being the urban Capital of Silicon Valley.

“My goal in directing Changing Boundaries was to highlight the stories of the working people and political leaders who built this diverse city”, said Director, Tricia Creason-Valencia. “I hope that use in the classroom and community-based screenings will spark dialogue, not only about our shared history, but also about our future growth as a multicultural community.”

About Norman Kline Productions, Inc.: Norman Kline Productions is a startup film production studio specializing in historical documentaries of Silicon Valley. Norman Kline is a businessman, innovator, and community leader from San Jose who served in several public positions including the Santa Clara Planning Commission, Mayor of the City of Saratoga and the San Jose Planning Commission. Prior to founding his own Internet company, LibraryWorld, Inc., he held technology and management roles with Lockheed Missiles & Space and Apple Computer.

About CreaTV San Jose: CreaTV San Jose is the member-based, nonprofit community media center that manages the public and education TV and Internet channels for the City of San Jose. CreaTV provides the free airtime and low-cost training and tools that allow diverse and underserved communities to tell their stories through video.

About History San José: History San José is a non­profit organization that collects, preserves and celebrates the stories of diversity and innovation in San José and the Santa Clara Valley. HSJ manages one of the largest and most comprehensive regional history collections in the State of California, from 1784 Spanish governmental records to 21st century Silicon Valley technology.