We hope you had a great weekend and are looking forward to a well-deserved fall break. Read below for updates on our work in class and the current snack schedule. This was after tackling a challenging non-fiction text on the history of immigration in the United States. The students have been viewing and reading interviews with Cammisa on her life, connections to the content in the movie, and motivation as a filmmaker.
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Every year a lot of people try to enter illegally in the United States to find success in their life, to get a better job and sometimes to get combined with their families.
From the movie Which Way Home manager Rebecca Cammisa reveals the journey that many unaccompanied minors attempt with the expectation of migrating across the Mexican-U.
By showing different consequences of crossing border Cammisa attempts to create awareness among parents and even in the children. Parents should not give permission to their children to cross the border and children who have no parents also should not attempt and cross it.
Through her documentary, she tries to educate teenagers and their parents about the risks and dangers of crossing the border illegally. In the documentary Cammisa shows that there are people who know about the possible consequences, but still ignore it, and at the end they regret of taking such an attempt.
Examples of completed orders.About The Filmmakers Rebecca Cammisa Director/Producer.
In , Rebecca Cammisa founded Documentress Films, teamed up with Mr. Mudd Productions, and began developing the OSCAR®-nominated documentary, “Which Way Home,” for which she received a .
Rebecca Cammisa's documentary "Which Way Home," screening Friday 12/11 at Chicago Filmmakers, rides along on a train roof through Mexico with . Your reflection should take the form of an essay of approximately a thousand words.
The first part of the essay should describe, in vivid detail, the experience you intend to share; the second part should analyze that experience, deeply and rigorously, using Lynn Hunt or another text to help you. Rebecca Cammisa's doc looks at the St.
Louis-area site of radioactive waste dating back to the Manhattan Project. A calmly infuriating look at an environmental nightmare that will have many.
In the film Which Way Home director Rebecca Cammisa shows the journey that many unaccompanied minors attempt with the hope of migrating across the Mexican-U.S.
border for a better life is actually a potentially fatal passage. In , Rebecca Cammisa founded Documentress Films, teamed up with Mr. Mudd Productions, and began developing the OSCAR®-nominated documentary, "Which Way Home" for which she received a Fulbright Fellowship for Filmmaking.