US PREMIERE In the hopes of making it to the US, a group of Cuban migrants enters Colombia by way of the treacherous Darién Gap jungle to reach Panama, where they wait in the limbo of a makeshift camp, uncertain of deportation. Cuban director Marcel Beltrán intersperses his filmed visits with migrants’ own cell phone footage, constructing a poignant portrait of their daily acts of care and resistance, and the arduous journey to seek refuge. – Kim Garcia
This screening is co-presented by Cinema Tropical.
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