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Border South is a documentary following the Central American migrant route across Mexico and into the Sonoran Desert of Arizona

September 24, 2020 at 1:00 PM PST through September 25, 1:00 PM PST

Raúl O. Paz Pastrana’s film, Border South, captures some of the experiences that hundreds of thousands of migrants suffer in their quest to reach the United States. Through the emotionally charged migrant experience, Paz Pastrana captures the realities of an immigration system that removes identity, and the immense cost that most migrants pay in search for a better life.

The film also references the Undocumented Migration Project, an effort to collect and catalog artifacts left behind by migrants in the Arizona desert. This film is presented in conjunction with the forthcoming exhibition Hostile Terrain 94.

Click here to watch the film teaser.

Below are links to access Border South. The password/link combo will not go live until 1pm PST on the 24th.

Border South: English Audio

Password: HT94@hosts

Border South: Spanish Audio

Password: HT94@hosts