Life Between Borders – Black Migrants in Mexico

“A fascinating exploration of an oft-unacknowledged facet of the Afro-Mexican experience”

Thousands of Haitians seeking entry to the US are now left stranded at the northern Mexico border. But Black migration is not new to Mexico, as people from the African Diaspora have lived here for centuries. In this short documentary, we meet Haitians stuck at the border as well as Africans in Mexico City to explore Black migration and identity in Mexico.

Festival Screenings:
Haitian International Film Festival 2018
Maupintown Film Festival 2018
Feminist Border Arts Film Festival 2017

Forum Screenings:
University of San Diego Screening 2018
Binational Conference on Border Issues 2018
El Centro de la Imagen Screening 2018
LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes Screening 2018
Noche de Sankara Museo Rufino Tamayo 2017
Alborada Film Sessions Residency 2017

Ebony Bailey – Directora –

World with Countries – Single Color by

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País : México
Año : 2017
Duración : 15 min
Idioma : Español
Subtítulos : English
Dirección Ebony Bailey
Producción Third Root Media
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