Join us for a new screening from The Document!
In the riveting documentary "Makala," a young African man chops down a massive tree, converts it into charcoal, then pushes his monstrous lode to market...on his beat up old bike. It's an incredible feat of strength and will, driven simply by the desire to make life better for his family.
The Document will screen "Makala" for KCRW sustainers on Thursday the 26th. It’s one of your only chances to see this remarkable film on the big screen in LA.
Thursday, April 26th, 2018
Doors open at 6:45; Movie begins at 7:30
Q&A afterwards w/ journalist Elaisha Stokes and filmmaker Horeb Bulambo Shindano, who've just returned from Congo.
251 S. Main St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Lotted and garage parking is available twenty-four hours at 233 S. Main St.
Limited street parking is also available after 6pm.
*We slightly overbook our screenings for The Document so please come early to ensure you get a seat.
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