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“The Sound Strike: A Cultural Interruption” FULL VERSION

“THE SOUND STRIKE: A Cultural Interruption” from Producciones Cimarrón on Vimeo.

The Sound Strike is a coalition of Artists that have committed to supporting the International Boycott of Arizona in the wake of the passage of SB 1070. The film includes interviews with Zack De La Rocha, Conor Oberst, Rodrigo and Gabriela and Eugene Hutz, members of the Sound Strike. 

The Sound Strike was co-founded by Marco Amador of Producciones Cimarrón.

The film explores the rise of hate groups like “FAIR” and how organizations such as the Southern Poverty law center are tracking their growth and influence on Arizona’s political landscape. The film seeks to remind the audience that the immigration industrial complex has had an important role in the creation of laws like SB1070 not only in Arizona but also throughout the country.

Co-produced by Producciones Cimarrón and Big Noise Films
 
 
 
“Yo Soy El Army: America’s New Military Caste” FULL VERSION

Yo Soy El Army: America’s New Military Caste from Producciones Cimarrón on Vimeo.

Yo Soy el Army : America’s New Military Caste,” Big Noise’s co-production with Producciones Cimarron, looks at the militarization of the immigration debate. Alongside the Spanish-language media campaigns, the false promises and stringent laws that have even resulted in the deportation of non-citizen veterans, the US government is now considering the DREAM Act, legislation that offers a path to citizenship through military service.
 
 
 
Encuentro De Leoneros

Encuentro de Leoneros by Producciones Cimarrón from Producciones Cimarrón on Vimeo.

Producciones Cimarrón debut documentary about the rural campesino musicians within the son jarocho genre of Veracruz, Mexico that play an acoustic instrument called “la leona”. The footage of this film was compiled over a course of four years within the festival “Encuentro de Leoneros” organized by local musicians and Producciones Cimarrón to bring together all the elder musicians, masters of the leona. This film is a rare glimpse into the traditional cultures within Veracruz, Mexico that remain alive today. This film was created with the intention to be distributed within the communities of these musicians as a tool that could be used to not only educate the future generations but strengthen those of today.
 
 
 

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