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From Echo Street to the Echo Park Film Center: Feminist Films by Susan Mogul

THURSDAY, JULY 14 at 8 PM

Artist/Filmmaker Susan Mogul presents an evening of her short non-fiction films from 1993 to the present. Four of these films – decidedly feminist – feature all female casts comprised of women from the Los Angeles arts community. Everyday Echo Street (1993), Mogul’s video diary about living in Highland Park – not Echo Park – will be screened for the first time in the USA on 16mm film. Two of the shorts, works-in- progress, have never been screened in a public venue. FILMMAKER IN ATTENDANCE!

Doors 7:30 pm. $5 suggested donation.

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