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Feelings: San Diego / Tijuana
San Diego/Tijuana is a documentary
about the San Diego-Tijuana region and its
inevitable transnational future. Conversations
with scholars, planners and architects from
both cities open a window into the unprecedented
dialogue now occurring on the U.S./Mexican
Running Time: 26:46
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Latinos '08, a one-hour PBS documentary, examines these new Americans through the prism of the 2008 presidential election.
Los Angeles Now is an artful evocation and investigation
of the metropolis as it comes of age and
wrestles with its history and its future.
The film examines the cultural and intellectual
activity of one of the world's most influential
places at a moment of profound change.
Running Time: 56 min
Available for home and
educational sales the beginning of December.
Personal stories of men and women —all
now deceased— who witnessed or participated
in the Mexican Revolution. These oral histories,
conducted throughout Mexico and the southwestern
U.S. from 1986 to 1994, flow seamlessly
between historical incidents and the legends
associated with the deeds of Villa and his
La Division del Norte.
A documentary about identity politics in
the contemporary art world, Manuel
Ocampo: God is My Copilot offers
a rare view of how multiculturalism is bought
and sold among the art world's elite. The
film follows the young artist as he tries
to transcend the identity box he has painted