Fundraising message from agnès films member, Liz Colunga

Still from the film As you may know, we are trying to raise funding for promotion and distribution of our feature documentary film about a family divided by the US/Mexico Border for more than 10 years due to the family man’s undocumented status. It is a story of hope and sends a positive message, despite the sacrifice this family has made. Please make a contribution and tell others about it.

Watch our film trailer…and learn about the film!

About the Filmmaker

Liz H. Colunga is a filmmaker whose work looks intimately at themes of social issues, immigration, homelessness, equality, gender/sexuality, labor workers, justice. Born from an immigrant family of Mexican descent, she has been learning a lot of history about her culture, which has helped her shape her identity and gave her the sensitivity in dealing with the issues she chooses to document.

Her films “Twice a Minority” and “They Are Still There” were selected from 500 to 600 film entries as Semi-Finalists at the Angelus Student Film Festival in Los Angeles, California in 2009 and 2010. Her work has also been screened at several film festivals, which include: The Oaxaca International Film Festival, Dallas VideoFest, Vistas Film Festival, to name a few.

She received her Master of Fine Arts Degree in Documentary Film Production at the University of North Texas in August of 2011.

Muchas gracias,
Liz H. Colunga