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Interviews with Los Angeles artists, actors and musicians.

Lisa Law

For over five decades Lisa Law’s still, movie & video images chronicle social & cultural changes in America, from her book & documentary Flashing on the Sixties to her moving images of indigenous people of North, South, & Central America as they struggle for sovereignty & survival. Moving to San Francisco in ’67, she chronicled the flower children in Haight Ashbury. Carrying her camera religiously from age 6, she has traveled with it from the Human Be-In & the anti-Vietnam march in San Francisco to the Monterey Pop Festival, & meetings of the Diggers. She’s now engaged in a new project; creating a Museum of the Sixties that will rise near Santa Fe, NM. Get her film on Amazon

Recorded at Mr. Musichead Gallery on 8/12/10

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