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In performative, poetic tapestry, a Latinx community in New York responds to racial profiling, ICE surveillance, constrictions of the “immigrant” label, and documentary's complicity.
A co-created performance ethnography to bring into dialogue two segregated communities while requiring audiences to embody the experience of navigating the norms and expectations of defamiliarized spaces.
A young man from Oaxaca, Mexico relfects on creating possibilities for himself and his indigenous Triqui community in the United States.
A collaboration between my Digital Editing class and Termite TV Collective to log and edit Deb Rudman's newest City Harvest documentary.
Collaboration with Luis Magaña & 67 Sueños to preserve stories of former Bracero farmworkers in Stockton, California while investigating ways in which Bracero histories inform today's US-Mexico immigration policies.
In California’s Central Valley, tucked between the county jail and the shooting range, live, love, and strive 100 farmworking families at the Artesi II Migrant Family Housing Center. Until December, that is, when they’re asked to leave.
In the fall of 2018, my Intro to Documentary class partnered with Allentown Coalition for Economic Dignity, artist Drew Swedberg, and Assessment and Outreach Librarian, Jess Denke, to provide community-based perspectives of Allentown gentrification.
7 Iranian filmmakers from around the world reflect on history, identity, and nation-state.
A lyrical memoir about diaspora, memory, and the relationship between political and personal tremors.
After 30+ years living in the U.S., 93-year-old Maria Dionisia Navarro decides to return to Colombia and live in the home she built there with remittances. Directed by Colombian filmmaker Oscar Molina.