East LA Interchange Screening + Discussion

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Film & Other Media

Mar 20168

Cantor Film Center
36 East 8th Street
New York, New York, 10003
United States

East LA Interchange : Screening and Discussion

East LA Interchange  tells the story of working-class, immigrant Boyle Heights,   the oldest neighborhood in East Los Angeles. The documentary depicts how this neighborhood has survived through years of racially restrictive housing covenants, Japanese American incarceration, federal redlining policies, and the building of the largest and busiest freeway interchange system in the nation: the East LA Interchange. The post-screening conversation features director Betsy Kalin, Damaris Reyes  (Good Old Lower East Side), Jack Tchen  (A/P/A Institute Founding Director), and George Sanchez  (Professor and Vice Dean for Diversity and Strategic Initiatives, University of Southern California) who will be discussing gentrification and displacement of communities in both Los Angeles and New York.

To RSVP please visit the event page or call 212.992.9653

Presented by the Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU . Cosponsored by the Urban Democracy Lab. 

WINNER

  • Best Feature Film (New Urbanism Film Festival, 2015)
  • Audience Choice Award for Best Feature Documentary (Highland Park Independent Film Festival, 2015)
  • Audience Award Best Documentary (Downtown Film Festival Los Angeles, 2015)
  • Award of Excellence: Documentary Feature (IndieFEST Global Film, 2015)
  • Honorable Mention (Richmond International Film Festival, 2016)

 

APA_Institute . Last modified Mar 01 2016 3:14 p.m.


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