Photos and Videos

Videos:

Fr. Sean Carroll, S.J., Executive Director of the Kino Border Initiative, appears on the Ignatian News Network in the spring of 2012 to share his vocation story and to talk about the KBI’s binational migrant ministry in Nogales, Arizona and Nogales, Sonora, Mexico.

 

video2Mr. Karl Hoffmann and Mr. Christian Rodriguez have produced a video on the Kino Border Initiative’s humanitarian work to deported migrants in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico.

Fr. Sean Carroll, S.J., Executive Director of the Kino Border Initiative, appears on the Arizona PBS program Horizonte on February 23, 2012 to talk about the work of the KBI:
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KBI Documentary:
Two filmmakers 7.5 minutes 8 days

Karl W Hoffman is internationally recognized for his extensive photographic work on the US/Mexico border, his lectures and his newly released feature length film Living on the Border. There is a 30 year age difference between us, but a magical phenomenon happened through this friendship, both spiritually and technically. We are both bringing our work to a higher level.

Christian Rodriguez is a talented young filmmaker with an extensive technical and artistic background. The son of a documented migrant mother, he was born Los Angles and raised in Northern California, in the heart of agricultural industry, this has given him a compassionate insight to the Hispanic community. Christian is currently working on his own feature length documentary Citizen Me: The Forgotten Class.

Two Artists come together in Southern Arizona, on the US/Mexico Border for 8 days to work on a very special 7.5-minute short documentary. Honing their skills and combining their diverse cultural backgrounds they straddle the border and bring together a heartwarming view of The Kino Border Initiative, people helping people through their darkest moment. This a place that the main stream media has continually sensationalized and exploited, but here, there are good people putting aside political agendas and offering multicultural camaraderie while giving a simple meal and spiritual support to innocent people caught in the world wind of collateral damage in the border debacle.

Produced by
Living on the Border Documentary Series

To publish this presentation to a website or for information on promotional multimedia presentations full-length productions in b&w or color please contact:

Karl W Hoffman
520-820-9630
P.O. Box 759
Arivaca, Arizona 85601
kwhphoto@gmail.com
www.livingontheborder.com

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