“Young Turks” will screen at the Downtown Independent Theatre as part of the Downtown Film Festival Los Angeles on Thursday, July 18, 2013, at 10:45 p.m. (This is a change from the earlier announced date and time.)
Tickets are on sale now for the program, which also includes a short film called “Lil Tokyo Reporter.” Here is a summary:“Lil Tokyo Reporter” is a short film set in 1935 Los Angeles based on the life of civil rights leader and newspaperman Sei Fujii. While the country struggles through the Great Depression, the Japanese-American community unites for survival. Sei Fujii’s law partner uncovers the ill intentions of the local mafia. Fujii must make a decision between saving face in his community and confronting the issue head on. Based on a true story. (30 Minutes)
Young TurksDocumentary, 95 mins.
Directed by Stephen Seemayer / Edited by Pamela Wilson / Produced by Stephen Seemayer and Pamela Wilson / Associate Producer Zach Seemayer Featuring Bob & Bob / Linda Frye Burnham / James Croak / Woods Davy / Eric “Randy” Johnsen / Marc Kreisel / Richard Newton / Jon Peterson / Monique Safford / John Schroeder / Stephen Seemayer / Coleen Sterritt / Andy Wilf Narrated by Patt Morrison Music by Fat & Fucked Up / The Dark Bob / Party Boys / Linda Frye Burnham
Thursday, July 18, 2013, 10:45 p.m.
Tickets for this event are $13, and can be purchased here.