Join filmmaker Korinna Sehringer and cast members for the Los Angeles premiere screening of the award-winning film Shouting Secrets. This hopeful and heartwarming story focuses on a Native American family. Yet it is a universal story, one of choices and regrets, the fragility of love, and the importance of family. A conversation with Sehringer follows the screening.
4700 Western Heritage Way, Los Angeles, CA
Space Is Limited / Reservations Recommended
Go back in time for a night with the Beats—Kerouac, Ferlinghetti, Bukowski, di Prima, Micheline, and more. Participate in an evening of spoken word with prominent Los Angeles poets, actors, and musical artists reading the works of Beat-era poets in a loose reenactment of the historic 1955 Six Gallery poetry reading. Originally created by Poetry in Motion founder Eve Brandstein along with L.A. poets Michael C. Ford and Rex Weiner, this production is being reproduced for the Autry, offering a rare opportunity to experience the Beats as they were back then.