The Watts Uprising of 1965 left 34 people dead. Most of the news coverage at the time was by white people who didn’t understand the neighborhood. At the time, a group of UCLA students, dubbed L.A. Rebellion, created a black film movement to tell more nuanced stories about black life. Films from them, and artists who followed in their footsteps, are being shown at the exhibit space Art + Practice in Leimert Park. The exhibition is called El tiempo se acaba: película y vídeo experimentales de la rebelión de Los Ángeles y la actualidad. It’s on display through September 14.
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