Living in hidden America, Paula, a Mexican farmworker, struggles to raise two children on her own. When a new caravan arrives on the cramped lot they live on, Paula allows herself, and her children, to imagine the home is theirs-a fantasy highlighting the fragility of her reality and her family.
Barbara Cigarroa is a Mexican-American filmmaker from South Texas. She resides in New York City and holds an MFA in Screenwriting from Columbia University and a BA in English from Yale University. A storyteller, with a passion for social-justice activism and Hispanic narratives, Barbara’s work has been recognized on the festival circuit, as well as through individual grants and awards.