Jason Álvarez

poet and former student, Cleveland High School

Poet and former student of Cleveland High School

Jason Álvarez on KCRW

“Summertime” follows 27 young poets across LA in a single day. It’s the second feature by director Carlos López Estrada, who made his debut with “Blindspotting."

‘Summertime’ follows the intersecting stories of 27 young poets in LA

“Summertime” follows 27 young poets across LA in a single day. It’s the second feature by director Carlos López Estrada, who made his debut with “Blindspotting."

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