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Missing in Brooks County screening at Cinematters: NY Social Justice Film Festival

Missing in Brooks County continues its phenomenal festival run at Cinematters: NY Social Justice Film Festival. The festival’s mission is to present impactful films that engage the community toward a more democratic, inclusive, and just society.

Co-directed by Jeff Bemiss and TFTV Adjunct Instructor Lisa Molomot, and edited and produced by TFTV Associate Professor Jacob Bricca ACE, Missing in Brooks County is the product of five years of research and filming that chronicles migrant struggles in one of the most dangerous corners of the United States.

A Q+A featuring Lisa Molomot along with film subjects Eduardo Canales (pictured), Executive Director, South Texas Human Rights Center, and Dr. Kate Spradley, Professor of Anthropology at Texas State University, and moderated by Iris Rodriguez-Rosa, Bronx Borough Commissioner, NYC Parks will take place on Friday, January 15, 2pm EST.


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