Huell Howser presents a USC student documentary by Meri Pritchett. The film documents the Salton Sea and the people who live there.
Huell Howser presents a documentary film by Carol Kwan. The film presents the Chinese culture along with the celebration of Chinese New Year in Chinatown, Los Angeles, California.
Huell Howser presents a 1936 film by the California Department of Highways. Huell presents the film from the Peterson Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, California.
Huell Howser presents two old documentary films about Palm Springs, California. The first film is entitled “America’s Desert Oasis” from 1956, and the second film is entitled “Desert Circus” from the 1930s. The films were prepared and shared by the Rotary Club of Palm Springs and the Palm Springs Historical Society.
Huell Howser presents three short films created by students of Jefferson High School’s film academy in South Central Los Angeles, California.
Huell Howser presents film projects created by students of the Heart Of Los Angeles (HOLA) organization. HOLA was created by Immanuel Presbyterian Church of Los Angeles. The student films include Pascual, The Test, Diego and Miriam, and The Bus Stops Here.
Huell Howser presents a documentary film entitled “Something Resembling A River.” The film was created by Gerard Dawson and is about the Los Angeles River and its significance.