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Brendan Bubion discusses how to make impactful short documentaries

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Filmmaker Brendan Bubion, a Digital Video producer at KCET, has a passion for telling stories in local communities that often go untold or unseen. He discusses how to make impactful short documentaries, citing his own films, “Growing Up Behind Barbed Wire,” about the experience of two Japanese-American girls who were forced to live in incarceration camps during WWII and “Con Su Pluma en Su Mano,” about the life and work of LA Times journalist Gustavo Arellano.

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