MY FIRST STREET NORTH (MyFSN) 
A video loop presentation for Sake Fest 2017, an outdoor event which took place on Historic First Street North in Little Tokyo, Los Angeles. Produced with support from Little Tokyo Service Center (LTSC) and LTSC +LAB for #MyFSN, a neighborhood campaign to raise awareness and advocacy around the Historic First Street North block. For more info visit: sustainablelittletokyo.org/firststreetnorth
Director/Producer: Maya Santos; Editor: Francisco Garcia Nava
LGBTQ HISTORIC PLACES IN L.A. 
LGBTQ Historic Places in L.A. is a film project that aims to bring together a diversity of stories, perspectives, and experiences that reveal the layered historic and cultural importance of LGBTQ places throughout L.A. County. The films are the Conservancy’s latest addition to our Curating the City: LGBTQ Historic Places in L.A. microsite, launched in 2015. Visit the microsite: laconservancy.org/lgbtq
Released in partnership with KCET, each of the three short films showcase a different location and features on-site interviews with community members, as well as archival footage and ephemera. Each film tells part of a broad story about LGBTQ places, as well as their enduring value and increasing relevance today.
The films were made possible through funding provided by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
BLACK CAT 
Featured on KCET LOST LA: The Black Cat: Harbinger of LGBTQ Civil Rights
Director/Producer: Maya Santos; Editor: Lakan: de Leon; Animation: Javier Barboza; DP: Mike Park
THE WOMAN'S BUILDING 
Featured on KCET LOST LA: The Woman’s Building: L.A.’s “Feminist Mecca”
Director/Producer/Editor: Maya Santos; Assistant Editor: Greg Jordan; Animation: Javier Barboza; DP: Mike Park; Sound: Rani de Leon
GREAT HALL/LONG HALL 
Featured on KCET LOST LA: West Hollywood's Plummer Park and Great Hall/Long Hall: Landmarks of HIV/AIDS Activism
Director/Producer: Maya Santos; Editor: Lakan de Leon; Animation: Javier Barboza; DP: Mike Park; Sound: Charles Gavero
THE FUTURE OF UNION STATION 
This is an interview with Metro Deputy Executive Officer, Jenna Hornstock, at Union Station as she reveals Metro's Master Plan for Union Station as a true transportation hub and destination for all.
Shot on April 26, 2014 for the ONE DAY ON EARTH: YOUR DAY. YOUR CITY. YOUR FUTURE