Upon the 500-year anniversary of the Spanish Conquest, a ghostly Conquistador arrives in modern Mexico, encountering the testimonies of real people, the survivors of contemporary violence.
LUPE UNDER THE SUN is a first-of-its-kind dramatic film that uses non-actors, real framworkers living in the heart of California, to tell a moving drma about an aging peach picker who eants to go back to his home in Mexico before he dies.
This documentary explores the physical landscape of the border between Mexico and the U.S The filmmakers also profile people for whom the border itself is both an obstacle and a home.
A woman writes increasingly passionate love letters without answer. Her passion and frustration are interwoven with a sense of impending doom, a vision of the coming Mexican apocalypse. A single personal tragedy mirrors the struggle of an entire country trying, in the midst of increasing chaos, to find itself.
Commissioned by Netflix, this is the story of the aftermath of a large immigration raid in a conservative small town in East Tennessee. What happens when rhetoric becomes reality, and a community is forced to re-examine the values of the gospel?
Separated by years of immigration policy, a young girl dreams of meeting her grandmother for the first time. Thanks to the bi-national cooperation of governments on both sides of the US/Mexico border, her grandmother embarks on a once-in-a-lifetime journey to reunite with her undocumented loved ones.
This is the story of the unlikely friendship between two Mexican immigrants. Using a hybrid approach that blurs the line between documentary and fiction to capture the storytelling process of memory, this project is a strikingly beautiful, heartbreaking look at the fault lines in society that trap young men of color.