By Egotist / / William Cromartie is a BART station agent who finds meaning through the simple act of greeting commuters. After meeting William on my commute to/from Oakland and witnessing his warmth and friendliness firsthand, I knew I had to make a film about him. I hope his story inspires more people to open up their hearts to strangers. Directed by Ivan Cash Special Thanks: m ss ng p eces Director of Photography: Keenan Newman Editor: Ivan Cash Producer: Rachel Barth Drone Operator: Tanner Beree Original Score: Roger Neill Assistant Camera: Matt Grote Sound: Michael Clifford Production Assistants: Ian Freiberg & Janice Echevarria Colorist: Ayumi Ashley Audio Mix: Ant Food Motion Graphics: Nathaniel Costa Editorial Prep: Brian Frank Special Thanks: Luis Peña, Ari Kuschnir, Michael Reiner, Brian Frank, Santiago Carraquilla, Dani Soares, Andy Dao, Wilson Brown, Josh Lowman
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