Pedrito tells his process of adaptation in the United States where his music fusions with other cultures.
What would happen if a child were to wake up and discover their parents are gone at the hands of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement? This happens to nine-year-old Gabriela, the daughter of two immigrants in the process of attempting to sort out their citizenship status.
Jai talks about his creative process of an artistic style while he confronts labeling and bullying that his community suffers in NYC.
Tucked in a twin galaxy’s parallel universe Carlos, an immigrant making a living washing dishes, lets his passion for quantum physics led him to build a machine that could change the world as we know it.
Sandra is Ms. White’s care assistant, never missing a request, and Chú is the delivery Guy who runs her errands. The story begins in the midst of tension between Sandra and Chú, as they prepare for an interview at an immigration appointment.
Paola talks about her experience as a pregnant woman living during pandemic times.
Melina describes the great experience of producing “Song without name”, a Oscar Academy nominated film, including themes of discrimination, racism, and homophobia.
Mestiza talks about her process of adaptation to NYC as a Latina woman rapper and the personal challenges that shape her songs.
In “La Barra”, a rustic village of the Colombian Pacific Ocean, a fisherman kid discovers, without wanting to, the problem that overwhelms his people. He almost does not live to tell about it.
An undocumented couple living in a city gets summoned to leave.