Indocumentales Presents “The Other Side of the Wall,” Monday, September 16 at NYU
THE OTHER SIDE OF THE WALL
(Al otro lado del muro, Pau Ortiz, Mexico/Spain, 2017,
68 min. In Spanish with English subtitles)
Winner of the Best International Documentary Award at the Hot Doc Film Festival and the Chicago Film Festival, The Other Side of the Wall tells the story of Honduran teenagers Rocio and Ale, who are left with no choice but to play the role of both mother and father to their two younger siblings after their mother is sentenced to 10 years in a Mexican prison on questionable charges. As apprehensions about the future intensify, Ale must make the difficult decision between keeping the family together in Mexico or breaking them apart to cross the US border for work.
Screening to be followed by a conversation with Prof. Daniel Mendiola (CLACS)., moderated by Shamina de Gonzaga, Executive Director,
WCPUN and co-founder/facilitator, Indocumentales.
Monday, September 16, 6:30pm
King Juan Carlos I Center at New York University
53 Washington Square South, New York City
The series is free and open to the public.
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Presented as part of Indocumentales, the film and conversation series exploring Latin American migrant experiences in the United States
presented by the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies
at NYU, Cinema Tropical, and the World Council of Peoples
for the United Nations / What Moves You?