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  • Arlington Center for the Arts 20 Academy Street, second foor Arlington, MA United States (map)

The Arlington International Film Festival and the Arlington Center for the Arts will invited you to an evening of Art Exhibit + Film and Conversation

UNDOCUMENTARY (11 min)                                      

Karla Cortes | Somerville MA | Doc | SCATV YOUTH PROGRAM | WORLD PREMIERE

A discussion on endangered DACA and TPS programs and how the lives of many undocumented people now hang in the balance.

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EBI SUSHI (6 min)                                                           

Karla Cortes | Somerville MA |Doc | SCATV YOUTH PROGRAM

A Latino restaurateur’s challenges of being recognized as a major player in the sushi world.

AWARDS: A-Town Teen Video Contest, Arlington MA  | AIFF Microsoft Award

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Back of the House (11 min)

Lia Kornmehl | Doc | Winsor School in Boston, MA

Synopsis: is a short documentary film about the vital and undervalued role immigrants play in the restaurant industry. The film explores the strength of five Hispanic immigrants and tells their stories coming to and working in the United States. In addition to the personal narratives, three leaders in immigration law and policy: Susan Church, Vincent Rougeau, and Brian Lang bring a unique perspective on how immigration has affected them

Arlington Center for the Arts

Thursday, January 17th, 6:00 pm 

20 Academy St, Arlington, MA 02474

Phone: (781) 648-6220