Chavez Ravine

Jordan’s award-winning 2003 short documentary tells the bittersweet story of how a Mexican-American neighborhood in Los Angeles was destroyed to build Dodger Stadium — a community betrayed by greed, political hypocrisy, and good intentions gone astray.

Chavez Ravine on Netflix

Update: A remastered, non-bleeped version of my 2003 short documentary Chavez Ravine is now available on Netflix streaming.

You can read more about the film here.

Posted on Jul 7, 2011 in Blog, Chavez Ravine, Film | 5 comments

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Chavez Ravine now on Amazon

Chavez Ravine: A Los Angeles Story – a short documentary I wrote and directed in 2003 about the Mexican-American village in the heart of L.A. that got replaced by Dodger Stadium — is finally available on DVD from at the reasonably consumer-friendly price point of $12.95.

For educational and institutional buyers, the DVD can still be purchased directly from Bullfrog Films at the original price of $195.00, if you feel that is more appropriate to your situation.

Posted on Jan 19, 2009 in Blog, Chavez Ravine, Film | 4 comments

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