TICKETS / Washington D.C. / Atlantic Plumbing Cinema
FILM 1: FERRYMAN AT THE WALL - Originally proposed as an international peace park with Mexico, Big Bend, Texas has a unique relationship with its southern neighbor. For the past 40 years, Mike Davidson has been ferrying tourists across the Rio Grande for a little taste of Mexican life — but now, director David Freid shows, a great big border wall might divide the park.
FILM 2: LOS LECHEROS - The fates of undocumented immigrant workers and Wisconsin's $43 billion dairy industry are closely intertwined, as director Jim Cricchi tells the story of how both are grappling with their options for survival as fears of ICE raids and deportations under the Trump administration grow.
FILM 3: MONUMENT | MONUMENTO - Director Laura Gabbert tells the story of Friendship Park, a unique meeting place along the US-Mexico border where family members and loved ones from both countries can see and speak to each other through a meshed fence but cannot touch.
FOLLOWED BY Q&A WITH KASIE HUNT, NBC NEWS CAPITOL HILL CORRESPONDENT AND ANCHOR OF MSNBC'S "KASIE DC," AND THE FILMMAKERS