Screening After Skid Row
Directed by Lindsey Hagen
Runtime: 22 min
Q&A with Granni and Pastor Blue immediately following the screening.
This film documents the journey of Barbie Carter (aka: Gangster Granni) as she comes to terms with her identity and navigates the road ahead after living on the streets of Skid Row for the past 10 years. The film illuminates the intimate humanity behind homelessness in an effort to replace judgement with empathy and demystify the homeless and housing crisis experienced across the US.
Los Angeles Poverty Department’s Movie Nights at the Museum are back!
Free movie screenings, free popcorn, free coffee & free conversation.