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Sunday, November 2 • 4:00pm - 6:45pm
Documentary Screenings

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It's the second installment of JAWS' mini film festival. We'll have two documentaries running at the same time. On Sunday, we'll feature Mary Trunk's "Lost In Living" and Katrina Dunn's "Kumpania Flamenco: Los Angeles."


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Janice Rhoshalle Littlejohn

Janice Rhoshalle Littlejohn is a Los Angeles-based journalist with deep roots in publishing, covering media and entertainment (television and film, in particular), the convergence of art and culture, and stories of identity and empowerment among women and African Americans. A former Associated Press columnist, her work has also appeared in Los Angeles Times, USA Today, and Essence, among others. Beyond her work in... Read More →
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Susy Schultz

President, Community Media Workshop
Susy Schultz is an editor, digital journalist, educator, writer and strategist. Her past titles include managing editor, digital editor, investigative editor, associate publisher, reporter, columnist and editorial writer. Her current title is president of the Community Media Workshop, an organization founded on the belief that our Democracy functions best when its people understand the importance of a free and strong press; and when the... Read More →

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Katina Alexander Dunn

Director and producer Katina Alexander Dunn was born in Chicago and worked as production manager, art director, feature writer, columnist and editor for publications such as Triad, Chicago Sun­Times, Chicago Tribune, Chicago Reader, Newsweek, New York Times, Core Media weeklies and the Orange County Register. | | “Kumpania” is her first feature documentary, about a hidden subculture of Los Angeles never seen on film before... Read More →
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Mary Trunk

Mary Trunk started as a painter, became a dancer and choreographer and has been making films for almost 20 years. Her first feature length film "The Watershed" screened at over 30 film festivals worldwide and won numerous best documentary awards. She spent seven years filming four mother/artists for her most recently completed third documentary feature "Lost In Living" (www.maandpafilms.com/lostinliving). She recorded births, female friendship... Read More →

Sunday November 2, 2014 4:00pm - 6:45pm
Fiesta 1, 2, 5

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