Telling L.A. | Link TV
"Telling L.A." explores the art of storytelling, and celebrates the diversity and commonality of the human experience. Utilizing Los Angeles as the theme for their narrative, four unique viewpoints showcase a great range of human experience utilizing storytelling to bridge the social, geographic and economic borders that separate Angelenos from their city. Over the past 15 years, live storytelling has grown into a national phenomenon creating an unexpected, intimate, and often enlightening experience into the lives of others. "Telling L.A." is dedicated to preserving the complex and multi-faceted city that attracts the best storytellers in the world.
"Telling L.A." is an hour-long special that explores the art and craft of storytelling, in order to honor and to celebrate the diversity — as well as the commonality — of the human experience. In four segments, subjects are asked what brought them to Los Angeles.
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