Tuesday, August 03, 2010

Tucson: A Night of Short Films on the Subject of Immigration

From the Tucson Film Office:


A Night of Short Films on the Subject of Immigration
University of Arizona Hanson Film Institute and UA Center for Latin American Studies present The Invisibles, a series of 4 short films on migration: SEAWORLD, SIX OUT OF TEN, WHAT REMAINS and GOAL, followed by a special appearance from filmmaker Marc Silver. This special screening takes place Sunday, August 15th from 2pm to 3:30pm at the Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Auditorium in Room 202 at 1130 N. Mountain Avenue (corner of Speedway Ave and Mountain Ave). Free parking is available in the lot behind the AME Auditorium (enter from Helen Street). This one-time-only event is free and open to the public. Marc Silver and Gael Garcia Bernal are currently making a feature length film about the deaths of migrants in the deserts of Arizona. Marc Silver was born in London and works worldwide as a filmmaker and creative director. His art installations and documentaries identify locations of power and potentials for resistance. Silver’s primary interest is in exploring the construction of physical and psychological barriers in a time where the world is seemingly ever more connected and unbordered. For more information about this screening event, call 520.626.9825.




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