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Tagged with: Migrants

Screen Grabs: Migrants snagged in a deadly web of politics at ‘Green Border’

Plus: 'Longlegs' offers solid thrills, 'The Convert' tackles New Zealand colonization, Frozen Film Fest crackles, more movies

For 15 years, Lenora Lee Dance has tackled immigration and carceral trauma

Two new works highlight Chinese and Latin migrant experience in El Paso and California's prison-to-ICE detention pipeline.

The (other) big problems with APEC

Powerful CEOs and politicians meet in secret to promote global catastrophe. Plus: Judges, cops, and crime ... That's The Agenda for Nov. 12 to 19

Dan Hoyle’s ‘Border People’ demonstrates the radical empathy we need right now

The long-running solo show channels 11 folks crossing identity-based and geographic borders, and remains a must-see

Arts Forecast: A refuge for refugee art in the Mission

Refugee Eye opens eyes. Plus: Shipwreck Week, Kafana Balkan, Hard French, Recombinant Fest, CounterPulse Fest, more to do!

SF’s film fest season heats up with bountiful Latino and African gems

Cine+Mas and BAMPFA host two annual favorites. Plus: Yugoslav 'Black Wave' director Zelimir Zilnik retrospective

Screen Grabs: Two tough films focus on the people hit hard by economic inequality

Great examinations of working class erosion ('Between Two Worlds') and family opioid addiction ('Stay Awake')

Screen Grabs: A stricken hero fights for better healthcare in ‘Not Going Quietly’

Plus a slew of affecting new docs on Barbara Lee, immigration tragedy, arthouse beginnings, and celebrity worship.

In ‘Caravana,’ a flourishing of Central American art both political and inventive

SOMArts group show stretches from creation of Balmy Alley to rising artists inspired by regional heritage.

At Indiefest, director Rodrigo Reyes examines Mexico via time-traveling conquistador

Oakland filmmaker's '499' asks, How do we make tragic history real?