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Play No Country for the Poor

If a democracy fails its citizens, what happens to the vulnerable left with no money, rights, and country of their own? In Hungary, the government slashed social benefits and criminalized homelessness. But homeless, middle class activists, who believe their struggle is paramount, are fighting for justice. Despite these odds, their community keeps them going with hope and solidarity at its heart.

Play Border South

Over the course of five years, Raúl O. Paz-Pastrana filmed the migrant routes from southern Mexico to the U.S. Mexico Border, assembling a vivid portrait of the thousands of immigrants who disappear along the trail. The film reveals the immigrants’ resilience, ingenuity, and humor as it exposes a global migration system that renders human beings invisible in life as well as death.

Play Sands of Silence: Waves of Courage

A 15-year quest to expose the underworld of sexual exploitation and trafficking leads reporter Chelo Alvarez-Stehle to the windswept beach where her childhood ended, and family secrets began. As she documents the transformation of a sex-trafficking survivor, Chelo undertakes a parallel journey of healing and introspection, and sets out to shatter the silence about sexual abuse in her own life.

Play Siqueiros: Walls of Passion

The story of Mexican visual artist David Alfaro Siqueiros, one of the great Mexican artists of the 20th century. As one of the primary advocates of modern public art, he was one of the first muralists to paint on the exterior of buildings to bring art closer to the people. SIQUEIROS: WALLS OF PASSION tells of this controversy-stirring revolutionary and activist who painted on an epic scale.

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