Lizzy Goodman

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“Hunger In L.A.” Immerses Viewers In An Interactive Journalism Experience (And A Food Line)

One of the most talked-about–and harrowing–Sundance films wasn’t a film in the traditional sense. Hunger In L.A., which screened at the New Frontier Pavilion, is an interactive experience that puts participants in the middle of a shocking food line incident. Its creator, journalist-turned-documentarian Nonny de la Peña, talks about the making of the project and its potential impact beyond Sundance.

“Hunger In L.A.” Immerses Viewers In An Interactive Journalism Experience (And A Food Line)
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