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Media That Matters Presents: An Immigrant Heritage Week Screening
Maysles Cinema
New York, NY
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Media That Matters Presents: An Immigrant Heritage Week Screening
Media That Matters Presents:
An Immigrant Heritage Week Screening
In partnership with the Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs

By-Standing: The Beginning of an American Lifetime
(Dir. Karen Lin, 2007, 5 min.)
Kelly Tsai speaks truth to power as she raises her voice against war and complacency.

Vision Test
(Dir. Wes Kim, 2003, 6 min.)
Vision Test is a satire highlighting issues of race, gender and stereotypes based on a study of racial bias conducted by The Committee of 100.

(Dir. Richard Levien, 2009, 12 min.)
Moises, a ten-year-old student, struggles to communicate in his new school with limited access to his native language.

15 min. discussion on "American Identity"

Exiled in America
(Dir. Angela Torres Camarena, 2009, 9 min.)
Five siblings struggle to support their American livelihoods after their mother is deported to Mexico.

The Sixth Section
(Dir. Alex Rivera, 2004, 8 min.)
During the cold winters of upstate New York, a group of immigrants work together to give back to their hometown of Boqueron, Mexico.

Slip of the Tongue
(Dir. Karen Lum, 2006, 4 min.)
"What's your ethnic makeup? A young man makes a pass at a beautiful stranger and gets an eye-opening schooling on race and gender.

10 min. Action Break on "Immigration Reform"

10 min. Intermission

A Nomad's Life
(Dirs. Lynn True and Nelson Walker, 2008, 9 min.)
A young Tibetan family questions whether their nomadic traditions can survive against the challenges of a rapidly modernizing world

African Underground: Hip Hop in Senegal
(Dirs. Magee McIlvaine, Ben Herson, and Chris Moore, 2008, 6 min.)
Step into the African Underground and listen as a new voice inspired by religion, politics, Hip Hop and Senagalese culture.

Why Do White People Have Black Spots?
(Dir. Anya Kandel, 2009, 6 min.)
Youth in Ghana pose questions to people outside of their borders and spark an ongoing dialogue through film.

The Next Wave
(Dirs. Jennifer Redfearn and Tim Metzger, 2009, 8 min.)
The Carteret islanders struggle to relocate as some of the world's first climate change refugees.

20 min. Discussion on "Social-Issue Media and It's Impact"

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Maysles Cinema
343 Lenox Ave.
New York, NY 10027
United States



Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: No
Wheelchair Accessible: No


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