Film Update: P.O.V. Interviews MADE IN L.A. Filmmakers

Posted on August 13, 2009

This week, select PBS stations are re-airing the ITVS program MADE IN L.A (check local listings). The 2007 Emmy Award winning film, which premiered on P.O.V., looks at the lives, struggles and personal transformation of three Latina immigrants working in garment factories and the impact of globalization. P.O.V. recently interviewed filmmakers lmudena Carracedo and Robert Bahar to find out what happened to the film’s subjects—Lupe, Maura and Maria. MADE IN L.A. has gone on to screen around the world including festivals in Spain, Israel, Brazil and Korea. The film was also screened on Capitol Hill for a select group of Members of Congress involved in immigration reform and policy. 

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