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POSTER- UNACCOMPANIED THURS. OCT. 17TH 6

UNACCOMPANIED: Alone in America                              6:15pm

Dir: Linda Freedman                                                        

4 min 20 secs / Narrative Short

Shows what happens when young children appear in immigration proceedings without an a lawyer.

14,000 and Counting: Missing Childhoods                              6:20pm    Dir: Jacqueline Miller

8 mins  / Documentary Short

A short documentary exploring the current issue of family separation, it's causes, implications and long tern effects on the children and families directly affected as well as society as a whole. 

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LOCKED IN A BOX: Immigration Detention                     6:30pm            Dir: David Barnhart

24mins 29 secs / Documentary Short

The stories of individuals held in the U.S. Immigration detention system and those who visit them. 

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WHAT HAPPENS TO A DREAM DEFERRED                                            6:55pm

Dir: Scott Boehm

11 mins 24 secs/ Documentary Short 

A short film about two DREAMers who are graduate students at Michigan State University, "What Happens to a Dream Deferred" is an intimate portrait of a day in the life of José Adrián Badillo Carlos and Osvaldo Sandoval after the Trump administration’s decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy.

POSTER- WHAT HAPPENS...THURS. OCT. 17TH

IN COLORS                7:06pm                   

Dir:Stephanie Willis

16 mins 12 secs/ Narrative Short

Lauris, a Latina immigrant adjusting to life in an Arizona border town with her new husband Noah, finds her values tested when Julieta, a young, undocumented immigrant on the run, seeks shelter on their property. Will Lauris do what she believes is right and help Julieta? Or will she

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Documentary Feature

SEADRIFT                                   7:22pm

Dir: Tim Tsai

69 mins / Documentary Feature

In 1979, the fatal shooting of a white crabber in a Texas fishing village ignites a maelstrom of hostilities against Vietnamese refugee communities along the Gulf Coast.

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Still from the film SEADRIFT:
Crab fisherman Bang Nguyen rebaits a crabtrap on Trinity Bay. (Courtesy Title 8 Productions, LLC)
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