Ambulante California has been exhibiting documentaries for free in public alternative spaces all over the greater LA area since Sunday September 21. You don’t want to miss this weekend as the tour makes its ultimate stop and docks at The Bowtie Project alongside the LA River (Cypress Park) with two awesome films.
Friday night at 7pm we will begin with Echo Park Film Center’s The Sound We See: A Los Angeles City Symphony followed by Kent Mackenzie’s The Exiles (1961) . Echo Park Film Center will be there, as well as the cinematographers of The Exiles, John Morrill and Erik Darstadl, for a special Q&A.
On Saturday night we are screening Yakona (2014) by Paul Collins and Anlo Sepulveda. Filmmakers will be present for a Q&A. The screening will be followed by a dance party thanks to a DJ Set by KCRW’s Dan Wilcox.
Food trucks AND Michelada truck on site. Bring blankets, tents, or lawn chairs and don’t forget jackets/warm clothes for night time.
Please join us for this unique happening. And if you can’t join us, please tweet and spread the word. We have over 19 acres to play on!
Thanks to California State Parks, Clockshop, LA River Revitalization Corporation and Echo Park Film Center.
You can find more details on the films and exact map and address on Clockshop’s website. To see a few clips of the impact the Ambulante documentary tour has had check out our Youtube channel, follow us on Twitter @AmbulanteCA, and visit our Facebook page!