Tag: films


Immigration Documentary Series Premiers at NY Film Festival

Filmakers Michael Camerini and Shari Robertson will premier nine documentaries that trace the last decade of immigration reform efforts.


A Film for High School Students Tackles Misconceptions About Undocumented Immigrants

“Living Undocumented” tells the stories of six DREAMers who attended school in New York.

A Lot Like You

35th Annual Asian American International Film Festival Highlights New Filmmakers

Asian Americans attempting to balance the different facets of their ethnic heritage is a significant theme at this year’s festival being held in New York City.

Paul Loong reading from his secret WWII diary

Asian-American Filmmaker Tells Her Father’s Story in Every Day Is a Holiday – Airing this Weekend on PBS

Theresa Loong’s documentary about her father, Paul Loong, will air on PBS stations this weekend. She sent us a reporter’s notebook about the making of the film.

Waterboarding of Rafael Dacanay: Standard tool of colonization

In John Sayles’ New Film, ‘Amigo,’ An Ambiguous Friendship

The intrepid director of ‘Lone Star,’ ‘The Secret of Roan Inish’ and ‘The Brother From Another Planet’ is tackling a little-known episode in American history, the Philippine-American War and subsequent colonization.

Immigrant Rights Rally in Prince William County - Photo: marisseay/flickr

9500 Liberty: A Lesson For Arizona

A new documentary about the struggles in Prince William County, Virginia, provides a window into the lives and emotions of people on both sides of the immigration debate.