[Videolib] NEW TITLES FROM SUBCINE

SubCine.com - Latino Film and Video (contact@subcine.com)
Wed, 7 Dec 2005 13:11:23 -0500

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SubCine, the distributor of original and independent Latino film and video,=
proudly announces two new titles:

FRUIT OF LABOR
By Pepe Urquijo

FRUIT OF LABOR was recently featured on PBS http://www=2Ekqed=2Eorg/truly/film-=
102=2Ejsp

FRUIT OF LABOR tells the story of Santiago "Chago" Cazares, a pushcart vend=
or in Oakland, California, one of the oldest and largest Latino communities=
in northern California=2E By following Chago's routine of selling fruit, FR=
UIT OF LABOR uncovers a complicated world of politics, power, and pushcarts=
=2E

More information is available here: http://subcine=2Ecom/fruit=2Ehtml

BORDERS
by Alex Rivera

BORDERS was recently screened at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles http://www=
=2Egetty=2Eedu/visit/events/surveying_the_border=2Ehtml

BORDERS tells three small stories to illuminate a much larger one: the cons=
equences of a world order in which products freely cross borders that peopl=
e may not=2E The first story is set at the U=2ES=2E/Mexico border where families=
divided by immigration policy reunite through the border wall itself=2E The =
second story is set in Newark New Jersey, where an unexpected consequence o=
f free trade is taking over the city=2E The third story dwells on a single, h=
aunting, x-ray image that shows how twenty-first century immigrants are res=
ponding to these borders=2E

More information is available here: http://subcine=2Ecom/borders=2Ehtml

And, as always, you can find the best independent Latino film and video at:=

http://subcine=2Ecom

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SubCine

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SubCine proudly annouces two new titles:

3D""FRUIT OF LABOR<= br> By Pepe Urquijo

FRUIT OF LABOR was recently featured on PBS=2E

FRUIT OF LABOR tells the story of Santiago "Chago" Cazares, a pus= hcart vendor in Oakland, California, one of the oldest and largest Latino c= ommunities in northern California=2E By following Chago's routine of selling= fruit, FRUIT OF LABOR uncovers a complicated world of politics, power, and= pushcarts=2E

More information is available her= e=2E

3D""BORDERS
by Alex Rivera


BORDERS was recently screened at the Getty Museum in Los= Angeles=2E

BORDERS tells three small stories to illuminate a much larger one: the cons= equences of a world order in which products freely cross borders that peopl= e may not=2E The first story is set at the U=2ES=2E/Mexico border where families= divided by immigration policy reunite through the border wall itself=2E The = second story is set in Newark New Jersey, where an unexpected consequence o= f free trade is taking over the city=2E The third story dwells on a single, h= aunting, x-ray image that shows how twenty-first century immigrants are res= ponding to these borders=2E

More information is available here=2E

As always, you can find the best independent Latino film and video at <= a href=3D"http://subcine=2Ecom" target=3D"_blank">SubCine=2Ecom=2E=

You're currently subscribed to the email list for SubCine=2Ecom=2E This is = a good thing=2E However, if you wish to be unsubscribed send a message to: co= ntact@subcine=2Ecom with 'remove' in the subject line=2E

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