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Mixed Feelings
Producer: Phillip Rodriguez
Genre: Documentary
Program Length: 1 Episode/30 Minutes
Broadcast Date: March 26, 2003

Mixed Feelings: San Diego/Tijuana is a documentary about the San Diego/Tijuana region and its inevitable transnational future. Conversations with scholars, planners and architects from both cities open a window into an unprecedented dialogue now occurring on the U.S./Mexican border. The film reaches into issues including architecture, urbanism and rapid globalization. It also offers a rare and insightful meditation on the future impact that Latino civilization will have on U.S. cities.

This unique piece successfully challenges the contemporary documentary form. Scored by a new music (Nortec) now emerging out of the Tijuana region, the documentary makes much use of digital animation and multiple paneled images.

The film is a co-production between Phillip Rodriguez, a Senior Research Fellow at the Center For the Study of Los Angeles at Loyola Marymount University, and KPBS. The project was made with the additional support of the Rockefeller/Bancomer U.S. – Mexico Fund for Culture and Latino Public Broadcasting.

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