Update: This chat has ended (watch the video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e8ITG2Pc_Vs). Thank you to all who participated and submitted questions.

Filmmakers Noel True and Rob King of The Jazz Ticket (Watch now) and will be joining subject Donovan Brown and music teacher Vince Womack for a #docchat on Tuesday, July 22, 2014, on Google+ from 7-8 PM ET (4-5 PM PT). They will discuss the making of The Jazz Ticket. Production Manager Eric Paternot of Storyhunter, a platform that brings video journalists and publishers together, will moderate the discussion.

In The Jazz Ticket, Vince Womack has built a high school jazz powerhouse that’s helping kids from some of the toughest Los Angeles neighborhoods go to college.

Submit your questions early by posting on the Google+ page or in the comments below.

Here is an overview of the event:

Where: Online on POV’s Google+ page.

When: Tuesday, July 22, 2014, from 7-8 PM ET (4-5 PM PT). RSVP on Facebook.

Who: The Jazz Ticket subjects Vince Womack & Donovan Brown and filmmakers Noel True & Rob King. Moderated by Storyhunter Production Manager Eric Paternot.

How: Go to the Google+ event page to watch the live video. Let us know you’re coming and get your questions in early by RSVPing on the Google+ event page. You can also leave your question as a comment on Google+, on this post or by tweeting with the hashtag #docchat. If you are accessing the chat via a mobile device, you will need the Hangouts app which must be synced to YouTube. Download the app for iOS or Android devices. If you miss the event, revisit this page later for a video of the discussion.

POV’s The Jazz Ticket has been selected for 2014 PBS Online Film Festival, which ends Friday, July 31. Vote for The Jazz Ticket. Films can be accessed via the PBS Online Film Festival website and PBS’s YouTube channel.

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