389 Miles: Living the Border
A Free Screening
And Q&A with director Luis Carlos Romero-Davis
6pm Thursday,October 20th
El Pueblo Neighborhood Center Room 1-C (Irvington and S. 6th Ave)
Includes Snacks and Refrescos!
389 Miles: Living the Border is a documentary film that addresses the current immigration debate taking place on the Arizona-Mexico border. This documentary film is a human journey, a story documented by director/producer Luis Carlos Davis who grew up in the shadow of the Arizona-Mexico border. It presents the raw, daily life of human beings who come from different backgrounds and ideologies when it comes to immigration, one of the few things they all have in common is the border fence, steel wall or a strands of rusty barbed wire.
Part of the Borderland Film Series Sponsored by the:
Arizona Humanities Council, Consulado de Mexico en Tucson,
UA Hanson Film Institute and the Center for Latin American Studies