This two-weekend film festival features powerful imagery and poignant commentary about meaningful issues facing Asian American and Pacific Islander communities. Audiences will hear from filmmakers and actors on their creative journeys, as well as from scholars, artists, and community leaders on themes that apply to today’s world. Register at the website for free tickets.
The L.A. Rebellion film, refers to a group of young African and African-American filmmakers who studied at the UCLA Film School in the late-1960s to the late-1980s and have created a black cinema that provided an alternative to classical Hollywood movies. The Films Interview are available to the public as part of its ongoing L.A. Rebellion initiative.