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Shorts 11: Student Shorts
Pruneyard Cinemas #7 Sat, Aug 27 9:00 AM
What goes on in the mind of an artist, an immigrant, a lonely soul? How do you stick up for yourself, make your life memorable, embrace your truth? How do we navigate this rapidly changing world? This collection of films created by students explores these topics and more in many powerful ways.
Film Info
Type of Film/Event:Shorts
Runtime (minutes):15
Premiere Status:SF-San Jose Bay Area Premiere
Original Language:Spanish
Subtitles (Language):English
Cast/Crew Info
Cast:Jon Ayon
Willie White
Lupita Alonso
Director:Jon Ayon
Producer(s):Emily R Smith
Screenwriter:Jon Ayon
Cinematography:Dan Chein
Music By:Ben Hunter
Editor:Jon Ayon

Description

A Salvadoran American father films a letter to his daughter as he travels along the southern border through unceded lands in search of a place that haunts him—the banks of the Rio Grande where a Salvadoran father and his young daughter drowned. Along the way he contemplates land ownership, migration, and guilt as a Mestizo son of immigrants born on the “free” side of an arbitrary line.