Streetfilms Organizes Its L.A. Page

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In addition to the L.B. Streetfilm that went up earlier today, Streetfilms has organized a page for Los Angeles Streetfilms and films related to the work that we’re doing. 

There’s a couple of cheats in this Jeopardy Board layout, the Street Summit appearing twice is so that there’s a place holder for the Streetfilm made by Ivy London that is going to appear on Streetfilms next month and debuted at last week’s fundraiser.  So, if you’re new to Streetblog, or even a veteran that has seen many of these films once or twice already, you can now see almost all the films we shot in Los Angeles in one place.

Why do I say almost?  The YouTube clips from the Streetsblog shorties don’t appear.  So, if you want to see the video on Janette Sadik-Khan’s speech at the Street Summit, you’ll have to click here instead.

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