We have a brand new trailer for our film that we are thrilled to share with you all! This is the first half. For the full trailer, head over to the official Facebook page for our film : Facebook.com/MakeLoveGreatAgain
And to all our friends in #NewYorkCity please come support our film as an Official Selection of the @nylatinofilmfestival #NYLFF - screening Saturday, Aug 25th at 4pm! "Make Love Great Again" -
Set in Miami during the Trump ascendancy, "Make Love Great Again" pits adorable newlyweds Chris and Natalie against a pair of unduly suspicious federal agents charged with approving the verity of their marriage. Chris is American, Natalie’s a Mexican in the U.S. on a student visa; their nuptials can grant her that coveted permanent residency -- but only if their love story seems credible.
Darting between fun and tumultuous flashbacks and the unnerving weirdness of Chris and Natalie being interrogated about their intimacy, "Make Love Great Again" is about how sometimes you need to lie in order to tell the truth – and how, with a little luck and tenacity, love trumps all.
Starring David Haack, Alina Robert, Chris Mulkey, Jeimy Osorio, Jason Canela, Tatum Price, Andy Guze, and Eduardo Yanez. Directed by Aaron Agrasanchez. Written by Shane Kinsler.
@davidjhaack @alinarobertofficial @jeimyosoriooficial @jasoncanela @senoritafancypants @mrchrismulkey @andyazim @eduard0yanez @aaafilmproductions @shanegregorykins @jaihemrajani @eduardopradotv
We’re exactly three weeks away from the premiere of @realamericawithjorgeramos! And that means just three more weeks until we get new and exciting stories from @jorgeramosnews. Tag three friends and make sure to like and follow the show page! (Show page URL in bio) What kinda of stories do you want @jorgeramosnews to tell?
We’re exactly three weeks away from the premiere of @realamericawithjorgeramos! And that means just three more weeks until we get new and exciting stories from @jorgeramosnews. Tag three friends and make sure to like and follow the show page! (Show page URL in bio) What kinds of stories do you want @jorgeramosnews to tell?
John Owen Brennan worked for the #CIA for 25 years, serving as the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency from March 2013 to January 2017. He was US Homeland Security Advisor to President Obama and Director of the National Counterterrorism Center for President George W. Bush.
Regarding #DonaldTrump / #Russia he writes: “The only questions that remain are whether the collusion that took place constituted criminally liable conspiracy, whether obstruction of justice occurred to cover up any collusion or conspiracy, and how many members of ‘Trump Incorporated’ attempted to defraud the government by laundering and concealing the movement of money into their pockets."
Regarding #Trump 's character: "It’s astounding how often you fail to live up to minimum standards of decency, civility, & probity. Seems like you will never understand what it means to be president, nor what it takes to be a good, decent, & honest person. So disheartening, so dangerous for our Nation."
Regarding Trump's personal attacks: "This action is part of a broader effort by Mr. Trump to suppress freedom of speech & punish critics. It should gravely worry all Americans, including intelligence professionals, about the cost of speaking out. My principles are worth far more than clearances. I will not relent."
#DonaldTrump#FakePresident 🇺🇸 #IdiotInChief#NationalDisgrace#AmericanDisgrace#Immigration#AmericaDeservesBetter#DumpTrump#AntiTrump#ImpeachTrump#Trump#NotMyPresident#RussiaGate#WhiteSupremacy#NeoNazi#Nazi#IHateTrump#TrumpIsAJoke#LockHimUp#Crooked#CrookedTrump#TrumpSucks#TrumpMemes#45Cheeto
All this week, Ted Oswald, World Relief Sacramento's Immigration Legal Services staff attorney, has been in Tijuana, Mexico as part of a team comprised of World Relief staff from across the U.S. advising asylum seekers at the border. He has taken over our Facebook account and has been guest posting about his time in Tijuana. If you haven't seen his posts head over to our Facebook page where he is sharing brief encounters that illuminate the hopes and struggles of those seeking asylum in the U.S. #bettertogether#border#asylum#immigration
JURY’S CHOICE #4
Indy was forced to flee his country, his friends were murdered, and his father beaten. After finding refuge in Canada, Indy committed his life to helping others like him find peace. [Full story in bio link]
True Calling Grant Filmmaker: Nicholas Taylor
I’m just getting some work together to send @madeinbrumuk here are some stills from a #film I made a while ago about #spaghettijunction#brum it was made for a #VJ#set and didn’t really have a beginning, middle and end. Instead it was a celebration of the #enormous#concrete structures that spread out across #Birmingham motorway network. In an age where we bang on about #immigration it’s worth remembering the fact that most of the work here was done by #Irish immigrants. Not my film!!! One of the best places to see these structures has to be at #salfordcircus it was here where I shot the #liveaction and did the primary research for the #animation work. #video#art
Marco, Part 4: "I've been a social worker for several years and in August 2018, I will start teaching high school. I look forward to getting students excited about history through the lens of context and to think critically about the news they see and the world around them."
Oh how I love these two men, my dad, the one standing, and my uncle. These two are the only surviving children of a large Italian immigrant family who started its journey here in the early 1900s. My grandfather came to America alone when things in Italy became hostile during WWI. He’d return to Italy once a year to visit his family until he finally gave my grandmother an ultimatum. She was to come with him or he was done. I’m told she asked the kids what they wanted to do and they agreed to go to America. So the whole lot of them returned to America to start a new life. My dad and uncle are two of the three children who were born in America after the family came here. Life for them was not easy. They worked hard. They struggled at times. They missed out on many things we take for granted. Today, these two are all who remain of that original group who came here all those years ago. I learned and continue to learn a lot from my dad and his family’s journey. Through it all, their faith was a key component in their ability to overcome many hardships along the way. I am so grateful for the opportunity to share them with you. #tbt#immigrants#immigration#italy#usa#family#nae
So thankful to know Mario Farias for the past few years. He is not on Instagram, but gave me permission to screenshot this from Facebook and post it here. This applies no matter what your occupation.
There was a discussion on another reseller's account last week where he proclaimed that you should never, ever mix business and politics if you want to be successful. I responded that I always have, and that the incredibly successful people I respect the most are the ones that have no fear of how others' beliefs will affect their success.
Mario is one of the people I immediately thought of on a local level. There are many more on national and international levels. If you live in the Tampa Bay area, and especially St. Pete, you probably know of him and all of the business and revitalization projects he has his hands in. Besides hard work, part of his success is because of him standing up for injustices where he sees them, and always wearing his character proudly. People respect that he speaks from his heart, even if they come from a diametrically different political view than his. He values character as much more important than money and as such, that money always comes his way.
Don't blindly believe what you're told is the only way to success. Your character will always speak much louder than your words . .
The first review from a young reader is in, “I couldn’t put your book down. I wanted to know what happened next!” - Mia, age 13. Pre-order now! Out Sept.18. www.julissaarce.com #booksopenborders#someonelikemecan
Late this afternoon Pittsburgh residents gathered outside of the city’s ICE building to protest the ongoing detention and separation of immigrant families as well as recent deportations. Organized by the Thomas Merton Center of Pittsburgh, the group consisted of an array of community leaders, union representatives, labor rights activists, concerned citizens and faith leaders. .
Today’s demonstration was held in solidarity with a larger protest being conducted in Philadelphia where “union members from the private sector, public sector, and building trades will hold a mass demonstration together with faith and community allies to express outrage and call on the Trump administration to free the children and put an end to family detention.”