Santuario

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Shorts Arlington: Documentary
Somerville Theatre - Screen 2 Thu, Apr 25 9:30 PM
Includes: THE BATTLE FOR RANKED CHOICE VOTING; SANTUARIO; SCENES FROM A PROTEST
Shorts Arlington: Documentary
Somerville Theatre - Screen 4 Sat, Apr 27 1:00 PM
Includes: THE BATTLE FOR RANKED CHOICE VOTING; SANTUARIO; SCENES FROM A PROTEST
Shorts Arlington: Documentary
Somerville Theatre - Screen 2 Sun, Apr 28 5:45 PM
Includes: THE BATTLE FOR RANKED CHOICE VOTING; SANTUARIO; SCENES FROM A PROTEST
Film Info
Category:Documentary Short
Runtime:26
Premiere Status:New England Premiere
Web Site:http://santuariofilm.com/
Screening Support:Boston Latino International Film Festival
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Pilar Timpane & Christine Delp
Additional Info
Twitter:@santuariofilm
Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/santuariofilm/
Instagram:@santuariofilm

Description

Expected to be in attendance: Director Pilar Timpane and Director Christine Delp

Juana Luz Tobar Ortega immigrated from Guatemala to the United States over 25 years ago, seeking asylum. But in 2017, she is told that she has 30 days to leave the country or be deported. Refusing to leave her family and home, Juana takes sanctuary in an unfamiliar church in Greensboro, NC.

Screening Supported by:
Boston Latino International Film Festival

Additional Information

Shorts Arlington: Documentary

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