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Nightshift Screening

On Tuesday, October 15th KCET partnered with the Natural History Museum and screened Nighshift (a one hour documentary film following five Angelenos whose workday starts while the city sleeps) as part of their “Night in the City” series. Former SoCal Connected reporter Cara Santa Maria moderated a bilingual discussion and captioned screening with a panel that included state labor commissioner Lilia Garcia-Brower.

Reporter Cara Santa Maria, discussed the making of NIGHTSHIFT with film subjects Veronica Lagunas and Harriet Hayes, state labor commissioner Lillia Garcia-Brower and director David Grabias at the Natural History Museum on October 15, 2019.
Reporter Cara Santa Maria, discussed the making of NIGHTSHIFT with film subjects Veronica Lagunas and Harriet Hayes, state labor commissioner Lillia Garcia-Brower and director David Grabias at the Natural History Museum on October 15, 2019.
NIGHTSHIFT director, David Grabias, welcomes attendees to the premiere at the Natural History Museum on October 15, 2019.
NIGHTSHIFT director, David Grabias, welcomes attendees to the premiere at the Natural History Museum on October 15, 2019.


 

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