Border-Ball awarded Best Experimental Documentary at the Cambio International Film Festival

Many thanks to the Cambio International Film Festival for screening the Border-Ball movie last week and for awarding the film Best Experimental Documentary.

The movie Border-Ball chronicles Joel Tauber’s 40-day pilgrimage along the U.S. – Mexico border and shares stories of people he meets along the way. The film was awarded Best Experimental Documentary at the 2021 Cambio International Film Festival.

Border-Ball movie screening January 15-16 on ArtCenter DTLA website

The Border-Ball movie is screening January 15-16 on the ArtCenter DTLA website. Watch the film and see the virtual show at: http://www.artcenter.edu/about/exhibitions/border-ball.html

The Border-Ball movie chronicles Joel Tauber’s 40-day pilgrimage along the U.S. - Mexico border and shares stories of people he meets along the way. Featuring interviews by Humberto Velázquez Villalvazo, Estella Vargas, Uriel Vicona Guzman, Maggie Gonzalez, and Alam Martinez.

The film chronicles my 40-day pilgrimage along the U.S. – Mexico border and shares stories of people I meet along the way. Featuring interviews by Humberto Velázquez Villalvazo, Estella Vargas, Uriel Vicona Guzman, Maggie Gonzalez, and Alam Martinez.

Alam Martinez: “El centro de detención de Otay Mesa… no es un lugar grato pa’ver a mi hermano… Hemos crecido juntos en toda la vida y la verdad lo extraño mucho… Me duele mi corazón.” “The Otay Mesa Detention Center… is not an enjoyable place to see my brother… We’ve grown up together our entire lives and I really miss him… My heart aches.”