In honor of “Veterans in the Arts and Humanities Day” on October 29, 2017, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) screened a selection of films made by military veterans in its Veteran’s Make Movies Program. The program offers a series of filmmaking courses that teach veterans how to write, shoot and edit their own short films.
One of the most eclectic cultural icons in Los Angeles was created by an immigrant in his spare time over 33 years.
Explore hidden staircases in Silverlake and Echo Park with Alexa Sita.
A background film produced for an unidentified feature film, shot from a vehicle driving through Bunker Hill and downtown Los Angeles during the 1940s.
Up close raw footage of the Los Angeles Fire Department arriving at and fighting a brush fire along the Hollywood Freeway.
A story of growing up in Los Angeles' Chinatown and how it shaped a young woman's passion for education and her sense of home.
A beautiful view of America's largest urban forest.
The city's oldest and most iconic farmer's market has always been changing and always been reflective of Downtown Los Angeles.
Bob Baker's Marionettes - the oldest children's theatre company in Los Angeles and a local cultural icon.
A cockpit perspective video as an aircraft flys over over Los Angeles and lands at LAX as dusk approaches.
By Twohundredfortysecond Productions. Uploaded in Youtube by Martinba11.
On December 31, 1897, a motion picture camera was set up in Downtown Los Angeles to film passing traffic. It was the first time a film was made in this city.