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The Border Film Project handed out six hundred disposable cameras to two groups on opposite sides of the U.S.-Mexico border — undocumented migrants crossing the desert and American Minutemen volunteers trying to stop them.
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Sin País Trailer
Sin País (Without Country) explores one family's complex and emotional journey involving deportation.
Michael Camerini and Shari Robertson, two documentary filmmakers whose work has shown multiple times on POV, reflect on what first got them into the game, why they enjoy filmmaking, and how they adjust their filmmaking process with each production.
In this lesson, students will watch a series of video clips that put a human face on both the process of economic decision-making and the reality for millions of people working abroad in order to transfer some of their income (remittances) to loved ones back in their home countries.
The Fruits of Baltimore Additional Video
The teachers return to the Philippines and realize the new life they can provide for their families with the money they've earned in Baltimore.
Working in Baltimore to Send Money Back Home Additional Video
In this clip, the Filipino teachers make their initial adjustments to their teaching styles as they begin teaching in the Baltimore school system.
It Would Be Worth It To You? Additional Video
In this clip, the four teachers leave the Philippines in order to work abroad and send money home.