Home Is Somewhere Else September 2022 Screenings
Home Is Somewhere Else, an animated feature documentary providing a window into the hearts and minds of immigrant youth and their undocumented families, is directed by Carlos Hagerman and Jorge Villalobos and produced in association with Shine Global. This 2D feature “animentary” features three personal stories about immigrant youth to highlight the complexities and challenges they face today.
September 6, 2022
Pixelatl, Jalisco, Mexico. Tickets + more info
September 7, 2022
Colegio Tijuana High School + spoken word workshop with Jose Eduardo Aguilar “El Deportee”
Centro Cultural Tijuana, Mexico
September 8, 2022
Casa Familiar screening + workshop, San Ysidro, CA
CETYS Universidad, Tijuana, Mexico
September 9, 2022
CECYTE Villas del Sol + Photo exhibition “De todos lados un poco”
****POSTPONED BECAUSE OF WEATHER***** Binational Friendship Garden, Tijuana, Mexico in collaboration with the Transborder library, Binational Friendship Garden, and the Baja Film Commission
September 10, 2022
Al Otro Lado + Spoken Work poetry workshop in collaboration with Otros Dreams en Accion
September 26, 2022
AFI + Mexican Cultural Institute, Washington DC. Tickets + more info
September 28, 2022
TBA, Washington DC
September 30, 2022
GuadaLAjara FIlm Festival, Los Angeles, CA. Tickets + more info
About Shine Global
Shine Global is a non-profit media company that gives voice to children and their families by telling their stories of resilience to raise awareness, promote action, and inspire change. We produce inspiring films and compelling content about underserved children. Through tailored distribution and outreach, we connect with our audiences in communities, classrooms, museums, and on Capitol Hill as part of a powerful engagement campaign to encourage social change.
Since its founding in 2005, Shine Global films have won more than 100 major awards, including an Academy Award® for Best Documentary Short Subject for Inocente and an Academy Award®-nomination and two Emmys® for War/Dance. Recent films include the documentary-animation hybrid Liyana, the hit documentary The Eagle Huntress, and Through Our Eyes: Homefront which is available on HBOMax.
About Brinca Taller de Animación
Brinca Taller de Animación is a Mexican animation studio that has ten years experience making animated films and series that focus mainly on children and social issues. We strongly believe animation is a powerful language that allows difficult topics to engage with the audience and inspire change. We have worked for agencies like UNICEF, United Nations Development Programme, Mexican Commission for the Defense and Promotion of Human Rights, American Jewish World Service, International Federation of Human Rights, among others.
Home Is Somewhere Else is Brinca’s first animated feature .
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