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FRONTERA! film series zooms in on the US-México border

Walls, fences, barbed wire, surveillance towers… Lines that separate countries establishing two sides, un aquí y un allá, norte y sur. Borders. The border line that divides Mexico and the United States is almost 2,000 miles long. To the north … Continue reading

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FRONTERA! Ciclo de películas sobre la línea México-USA

Muros, vallas, bardas, cercos… Líneas que separan países estableciendo un aquí y un allá, un norte y un sur, dos lados. Fronteras. La línea fronteriza que divide México y Estados Unidos tiene más de 3.000 kilómetros de largo. Al norte … Continue reading

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Director Arturo González Villaseñor on ‘Las Patronas,’ the women who feed immigrants on their way to the U.S.

First time filmmaker Arturo González Villaseñor has been traveling to film festivals to present his documentary Llévate mis amores to enthusiastic audiences across the U.S. and Mexico. The film tells the story of Las Patronas, a group of women in … Continue reading

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