Visual Communications Receives National Film Preservation Foundation Funding

Visual Communications Receives National Film Preservation Foundation Funding

Visual Communications is excited to announce that it has received one of 35 preservation grants from the San Francisco-based National Film Preservation Foundation (NFPF) to preserve and restore two of the organization’s signature film productions, WATARIDORI: BIRDS OF PASSAGE (1976) and HITO HATA: RAISE THE BANNER (1980).

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Little Tokyo Service Center Announces Fellows for Second Annual +LAB Artist Residency Program

Little Tokyo Service Center Announces Fellows for Second Annual +LAB Artist Residency Program

Little Tokyo Service Center (LTSC) has announced the selection of five artist Fellows for the second annual +LAB Artist Residency Program in Little Tokyo, Los Angeles. The creative place-keeping residency will focus on the forces of displacement impacting Little Tokyo. We look forward to working with our Artists-in-Residence Misael Diaz and Amy Sanchez Arteaga (a.k.a. the Cog•nate Collective)!

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Visual Communications a Community Collaborator with Outfest Fusion

Visual Communications a Community Collaborator with Outfest Fusion

Visual Communications is pleased to partner with Outfest Fusion to promote programs at the Outfest Fusion LGBTQ People of Color Film Festival, which runs March 1 – 5, 2019 at various locations in the Los Angeles area. FISH BONES and HOÀI screened at the 2018 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival, and CALL HER GANDA director PJ Raval will be part of the Documentary 101 Workshop.

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