A scene from “The Last Repair Shop.”

In Friday’s (11/10) ABC News Live, Linsey Davis reports, “In a warehouse in Los Angeles, a small repair shop brings unquantifiable generational joy. A team repairs L.A. Unified School District’s musical instruments, giving access to music for free. The service is now the subject of a documentary titled ‘The Last Repair Shop’ by … co-directors Kris Bowers and Ben Proudfoot…. Bowers: For me … going to LAUSD schools and music being such a huge part of my life, I immediately was so excited about this magical place I didn’t know existed…. Music was such a huge part of my life as a kid…. Having access to that in music classes or just in the auditorium or any of that was really integral to my growing up…. Proudfoot: What the movie tries to get at is how having access to a musical instrument, no matter what your background is or whether you can afford it or not, can transform your life…. We both believe that it’s something that we must invest in, and that’s what ‘The Last Repair Shop’ is all about. And you hear from the kids, too.” Watch the trailer for the film here.