Free Screenings of Four Los Angeles-Themed Documentaries at L.A. Archives Bazaar This Saturday

Archives Live posterFour Council-supported films, “The New Los Angeles,” documenting the city’s recent political and social history; “The Eastsiders,” about the historic Central Avenue area before 1965; “Chicano Rock,” Jon Wilkman’s film tracing the history or rock ‘n roll and Latino identities in East Los Angeles; and “Chinatown Remembered: Los Angeles During The 1930s And 1940s,” about the creation of first planned Chinese American community in the United States, will be screened at the L.A. Archives Bazaar this Saturday.

The Bazaar, an annual gathering to show off Los Angeles history and provide a clearinghouse of information, features exhibits by local historical collections, museums and archives as well as book signings and panels on such topics as family genealogy and digital archives. The Bazaar runs from 10 am to 5 pm on Saturday, October 25 at the USC Davidson Conference Center, 3415 South Figueroa Street (at Jefferson Boulevard). See Map

Admission is Free. Parking is available for $8 at USC Parking Structure D next to the Davidson Center.

Film Screenings Schedule
Location: Cardinal Room and Gold Room, 2nd floor

“The New Los Angeles”
10:30-11:45 am
www.californiadreamseries.org/nla.htm

“The Eastsiders”
12:30-1:30 pm
www.eighthandwall.org

“Chicano Rock! The Sounds Of East Los Angeles”
2-3 pm
www.wilkman.com

“Chinatown Remembered:
Los Angeles During The 1930s And 1940s”
3:30-4:30 pm
www.chssc.org.

Click here for the festival’s brochure.

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