Post Tagged with: "film and video"

100en1diaTijuana: movimento mundial
Tijuana Colonias

100en1diaTijuana: movimento mundial

Tijuana va a participar en un movimento mundial. 7 de junio, 2014 ¡No faltes!

Life in the Canal: hard life of the deported homeless in Tijuana
Border Wall / Migrant Stories

Life in the Canal: hard life of the deported homeless in Tijuana

In 2012, the Obama administration deported 409,849 people living in the United States without proper immigration status. By 2014, estimates suggest that Obama will have deported 2 million. The American people cheer this effort and offer simple moral platitudes: “They knew the risks, they were here illegally. Let’s round up their […]

Border Art / Border Wall / Tijuana Urban Art

Border Film Week at the University of San Diego 2011

The University of San Diego’s Trans-Border Institute presents Border Film Week  March 28-31 All films screen from 6-8 PM. Free and open to the public March 28, 2011 in Warren Auditorium, SOLES building “Tijuaneados Anonimos” The border city of Tijuana, México is experiencing a crisis of unprecedented violence and ungovernability, this situation […]

Border Art / Border Wall / Friendship Park

Dividing Line: Border Wall Photography

LAST fall, the Media Arts Center in San Diego’s Teen Producers Project interviewed me and made a video about my project documenting the construction of the border wall.    Thanks for your great work, teens! Click here for the video, called  DIVIDING LINE

Border Art / Border Wall / Friendship Park

New video on borders & migration: "We Are One"

In July 2009, I met a group of French filmmakers from Marseilles at a border wall event at the Centro Cultural de la Raza.  The filmmakers–Romain de l’Ecotais, Maxime Rostan and Guillaume Vidal–had been traveling for weeks through Latin America & Mexico, documenting border walls and migrations in the Americas. […]

The 800 Mile Wall: film challenges the deadly politics of border security
Border Wall

The 800 Mile Wall: film challenges the deadly politics of border security

              NOTE: This film was screened in San Diego in 2009, but is available for purchase at 800MileWall.org  Screening Dec 3, 2009 at Joe & Vi Jacobs Center, 404 Euclid Ave   San Diego, CA- So far this year, 206 migrants have died in […]

>POSTPONED: Encuentro at the Border @ the CENTRO Cultural de la Raza
Border Wall / Friendship Park

>POSTPONED: Encuentro at the Border @ the CENTRO Cultural de la Raza

> PLEASE NOTE: THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL SEPTEMBER Stay tuned for dates and times. Thank you. @ the CENTRO Cultural de la Raza2004 Park Blvd SD 92104 Friends of Friendship Park present:Encuentro at the Border A night of photos and discussion of the border wall in San Diego, […]

>'Sleep Dealer' stars Luis Fernando Pena, Leonor Varela
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>'Sleep Dealer' stars Luis Fernando Pena, Leonor Varela

> REVIEW Rating: 3 stars (good) By Michael Phillips | Tribune critic June 5, 2009 Present-day Tijuana is one of the most compelling places on earth. It’s a symbol of the push-pull co-dependency of America and Mexico, a city defined by a fence that runs straight into the Pacific Ocean. […]

Border Wall / Texas Border Wall

>More Border Stories

> Filmmaker to tell story of proposed border fence August 8, 2008 – 10:13PM By Laura Tillman/The Brownsville Herald Filmmaker Nat Stone has become addicted to telling the story of the border and the Rio Grande. When Stone embarked on a kayaking trip down the entire Rio Grande in 2004, […]

Border Art / Border Wall

A Divided Friendship–Border Field State Park

UCSD Department of Communications video about the history of Border Field State Park, San Diego, California. scenes from June-July 2008.