Capturing images of their lives in West Marin, the members of the Latino Photography Project have become documentarians. Now, a documentary filmmaker is capturing their story—and raising funds to complete the film in a March benefit.   Imelda Macias

The participants of the Latino Photography Project document the traditions and vibrancy of West Marin’s Latino population—and for the last year, filmmaker Alejandro Palacios has been examining the photographers’ connection to the craft and their communities. 

On March 24, Mr. Palacios will screen a trailer of his documentary in a benefit at the Dance . . .

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