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"A sharp, deeply felt humanist tale" Gerald Peary, Boston Phoenix
The filmmaker's web site
The PBS "P.O.V." website
18-page Discussion Guide
Awards and Festivals
Working Films Award, Full Frame Documentary Film Festival
Human Rights Watch International Film Festival
"Stories from the Field" United Nations Documentary Film Festival
Santa Barbara International Film Festival
Atlanta Film Festival
Migration and Refugees
Race and Racism
|A Great Wonder|
Documents the difficult transition of three of the "Lost Boys and Girls" of Sudan to life as immigrants in Seattle, WA.
Exposé of the horrifying results of the 1996 immigration law.
The Tree that Remembers
Extraordinary film explores the lives of Iranian refugees who cannot escape painful memories.
Dreaming of Tibet
Looks at the lives of three Tibetan exiles, and at the recent history of their country, which forced them to flee.
The Other Side
Poor Mexicans attempt perilous border crossing to US, often at the expense of family, traditional culture, and their lives.
A young male looks to escape Mexican poverty by becoming a boxer in the United States.
The environmental impact of the 2,000 factories (maquiladoras) on the US-Mexico border.
Developing Stories - Series 2
The view from developing countries on population and migration.
Which Way Home
The personal side of immigration as child migrants from Mexico and Central America risk everything to make it to the US riding atop freight trains.
The Storytelling Class
An after-school storytelling project in a diverse, but divided, city school breaks cultural boundaries and creates community.