Screening | Miko Revereza's No Data Plan

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Come together online to see Miko Revereza's acclaimed documentary about migration, precarity, and fugitivsm in the United States.

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Free or suggested donation. Live Q&A at 8:30 pm.

You will receive an email with information on how to view the film. No Data Plan will be available to view through April 1, 2020, 6:59 pm.

Miko Revereza’s acclaimed feature documentary No Data Plan features a narrator rehashing details about his mother’s affair as he crosses America by train. “Mama has two phone numbers. We do not talk about immigration on her Obama phone. For that we use the other number with no data plan.” Taking place entirely within a three day trip upon a train—including a tense stop near Buffalo—Revereza’s film evokes images and thoughts from far away, illustrating an undocumented subjectivity, a site of precarious movement, migration, and fugitivism in the United States.

This screening is co-presented with Justice for Migrant Families. JFMF is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit agency that promotes justice for migrant families by providing support to individuals in the federal detention facility in Batavia, information and resources to families in the community, and advocacy both within and beyond the local community.

JFMF is currently seeking donations to allow detainees in the Batavia Detention Center to make phone calls to their loved ones as all visitations have been cancelled due to COVID-19. Find out about their current activities on their Facebook page and donate to them here.

All images courtesy of Sentient.Art.Film.

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