THE TEXAS BORDER PROJECT PRESENTS:
a film by Aimee Bobruk
Screenings Coming Soon…
DOCUMENTARY | 50min
Borderlanders is an independent documentary film following a nine day motorcycle ride along the Texas/Mexico border taken by Austin musician, Aimee Bobruk. Each day chronicles interviews with borderlanders sharing their views of what life is like along the borderland perspectives on the proposed wall.
This is Bobruk's first film and features original music inspired by the trip.
Borderlanders is supported in part by:
The City of Austin Cultural Arts Division, Big Medium, Revival Cycles, & Rev it along with private donors.
The Texas Border Project
On March 19, 2018, musician and songwriter, Aimee Bobruk, will ride her motorcycle along the Texas/Mexico border on a 1,254-mile, nine-day journey. She will document each day through film, sound recordings, photography, and interviews. The impressions she gathers along the border will be used in partnership with local border artists to create multi-disciplinary artworks. Two filmmakers will follow the border trip and make a documentary film. The project will culminate with the documentary film, an online archive of the collected digital media, and an event(s) featuring the film and artworks in the fall of 2018--and, with your help, beyond.