BORDER SOUTH Screening Resources

The Discussion Guide contains the following for your screening use:
• about the film & filmmakers • ready to watch! screening guide
ready to talk! discussion guide • ready to act! handout

BORDER SOUTH Recursos para proyecciones 

La Guía de Conversación contiene lo siguiente para usar en su proyección:
• sobre la película y los cineastas • listo para ver! Guía de proyección
listo para hablar! Guía de conversación • listo para actuar! volante

Screening Poster
click to download
(customize for your event)

BORDER SOUTH Screening Poster

Cartel de ¿CUÁL ES EL
click para descargar

(cambiarlo según su evento) 

Discussion Guide
click to download

BORDER SOUTH Discussion Guide

Press Stills/Fotos

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resolución alta

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Undocumented Migration Project (UMP)
is a long-term anthropological study of clandestine movement between Latin America and the United States that uses ethnography, archaeology, visual anthropology, and forensic science to understand this violent social process and raise awareness through research, education, and public outreach.

Colibrí Center for Human Rights
works to create a safe, humane, and effective process for families of missing migrants to find answers.

Movimiento Migrante Mesoamericano (MMM)
, initiated in 2006, aims to help mothers of disappeared migrants find their lost ones by traveling via caravan for several days along known routes used by migrants during the trip to the United States.

Humane Borders / Fronteras Compasivas
, founded in the summer of 2000, is a non-profit corporation that maintains a system of water stations in the Sonoran Desert on routes used by migrants making the perilous journey to the U.S. on foot. Their water stations are located on government and privately-owned land with permission from the landowners.

No More Deaths / No Más Muertes
is a faith-based humanitarian organization based in southern Arizona. The mission of No More Deaths is to end death and suffering in the Mexico–US borderlands through civil initiative: people of conscience working openly and in community to uphold fundamental human rights.

The Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project
provides free legal and social services to detained adults and unaccompanied children facing immigration removal proceedings in Arizona.

Border Angels / Angeles De La Frontera
is a non-profit organization that is dependent on volunteers. The group advocates for human rights, humane immigration reform, and social justice. This work is done in an attempt to reduce the number of fatalities along the US-Mexico border by educating and assisting the communities on both sides of the border. Services include free immigration and employee rights consultation, educational programs, water drops in the desert, day labor outreach, and Caravans of Love to Tijuana to support and aid migrants that are in need.

National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (NNIRR)
works to defend and expand the rights of all immigrants and refugees, regardless of immigration status. Since its founding in 1986, the organization has drawn membership from diverse immigrant communities, and actively builds alliances with social and economic justice partners around the country.


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