Brandon Alvis

filmmaker

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A new documentary tells the story of one of Ventura’s most popular downtown parks.

A green space built on buried bodies: The story of Cemetery Park in Ventura

A new documentary tells the story of one of Ventura’s most popular downtown parks.

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