Lucey Schwartz

documentary filmmaker

Guest

Documentary filmmaker; director of Little White Lie

Lucey Schwartz on KCRW

Growing up, Jewish filmmaker Lacey Schwartz was told by her family that she had dark skin because she took after her Sicilian great-grandfather.

'Little White Lie'

Growing up, Jewish filmmaker Lacey Schwartz was told by her family that she had dark skin because she took after her Sicilian great-grandfather.

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