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March 1, 2014
2806 Clearwater St
Los Angeles, CA
Screening to be followed by a Q&A with Founder/Executive Director Paolo Davanzo and Operations Director/Youth Film Coordinator Lisa Marr. A portion of the filmmakers will also be present including Anais Hinojosa Téllez, Daniel Garcia, Ismael Garcia, Ellie Parker, Chloe Reyes, Jose Santos, and Penelope Uribe-Abee.
Film Program by Rebecca Baron
The Echo Park Film Center (EPFC) is a non-profit media arts organization committed to providing equal and affordable access to film/video education and resources. We work to inform, educate and empower our community toward grassroots activism and artistic participation via four channels: a neighborhood microcinema/events space, free and nominal cost media arts education programs, a comprehensive film equipment and service department, and a touring film festival showcasing local established and student filmmakers.
THIS IS THE LA RIVER: Without the Los Angeles River there would be no Los Angeles. A historical and geographical reference point, a place of industry and recreation, the home of herons and toxic trash dumps, flooded and paved over, the subject of poems, art, derision, and protests, the story of the LA River is a long and winding one, open to endless interpretation. “This is the LA River” invited 21 neighborhood youth between the ages of 14 and 19 to explore the River through the medium of 16mm film. The result is a captivating collaborative documentary that examines the complex past, present, and future of the great waterway of Los Angeles.
Filmmakers: Daisy Aquino, Kaymen Barber, Cord Brooks, Niki Cornejo, Sandra Fregozo, Daniel Garcia, Ismael Antonio Garcia, Brenda Gordiano, Nalani Hernandez-Melo, Ava Hess, Spencer Jezewski, Tatiana Luboviski-Acosta, Alice Poteriaiko, Steven Ramos, Jose Santos, Rachel Syms, Mateo Tate-Contreras, Luc Unruh, Vincent Uribe, Emily Van Cise, Woodrow White
THE SOUND WE SEE: A Los Angeles City Symphony:
In the fall of 2010, youth from across Los Angeles, ages 11–19, banded together to document the life, rhythm, and movement of the city from their unique perspectives, joining their visions to create a complete 24-hour city symphony. The filmmakers divvied up the day into its two-dozen hours, working in pairs to select and shoot locations that best represented each hour of the day (and night) as one minute of film. The result is a spectacular 24-minute trip through the City of Angels as most have never seen it before…
Filmmakers: Maya Abee, Juliette Allen, Bridgette Asturias, Andrew Becerra, Nicola Celada, Albert Celis, Bryan Chavez, Kathy Choi, Danielle Dickerson, Hayley Elliott, Elana Gabbro, Cuauhtemoc Hernandez, Diana Hernandez, Marilyn Hernandez, Paola Hernandez, Anais Hinojosa, Ish Lipman, Danny Louangxay, Felix Martinez, James Noel, Alyssa Osorio, Emilie Palamides, Ellie Parker, Chloe Reyes, Sam Ribakoff, Isabella Mae Robbins, Ashley Ruiz, Naima Sabur, Angelo Sanchez, John Stockburger, Aura Oropeza Tellez, Penelope Uribe-Abee, Charles Valencia, Walter Vargas, Victoria Velasco, Bobby Villagomez, Kathryn Wilkins
Film Still THE SOUND WE SEE: A Los Angeles City Symphony Courtesy of the Echo Park Film Center