Boyle Heights is a Los Angeles neighborhood, located just east of downtown between the Los Angeles River and the city boundary. It has been home to people who have come to Los Angeles from different cities, states, and countries and who brought with them their diverse beliefs, traditions and languages. Through the stories of past and present neighborhood residents, this film explores how the experiences and memories of many generations of Angelenos intersect in this powerful place.
Produced by John Esaki, Claudia Sobral, Sojin Kim
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Watch a Q&A with exhibition/documentary producers and curators Sojin Kim and Claudia Sobral; along with Chicano Artivista Quetzal Flores; musician, writer, and producer Rubén Funkahuatl Guevara; and JANM VP of Exhibitions and Art Director Clement Hanami in which they reflected on the project in a retrospective program moderated by JANM Public Programs Coordinator Joy Yamaguchi, presented on December 18, 2020.