After fleeing violence in Honduras, joining the infamous migrant caravan, and enduring months in a U.S. detention center, the young Lopez-Aldana family is sponsored by a synagogue in Seattle. While struggling to settle into a totally foreign world and processing their trauma, their future—and the future of asylum in America—hangs in the balance.
Cady Voge - Director and Producer
Cady is a filmmaker and freelance journalist covering immigration from Latin America all the way up to Seattle, USA. She has shot, produced, and directed short documentaries for NBC, The New Humanitarian, and independent production companies across the Americas. She met Magdiel, Mirna, and Joshua–the participants of her forthcoming documentary feature, All We Carry–while covering the migrant caravan in Mexico in 2018. She contributes to outlets including The BBC, The Guardian, Al Jazeera, and Wired, among others. Before becoming a journalist, Cady directed an international education nonprofit in Washington, D.C., called One World Youth Project.
Laura Pilloni - Producer
Laura Pilloni is a filmmaker who works towards the representation of marginalized stories. She was the associate producer for the women and human rights documentary Home Truth, which premiered at the 2017 Human Rights Watch Film Festival and was broadcast on PBS the following year. She was a producer on Elle Moxley’s upcoming short documentary “Black Beauty,” and a co-producer on the upcoming feature documentary Lift.
Laura Tatham - Producer
Laura is a creative producer committed to telling stories that highlight urgent social justice issues. She recently completed the feature-length documentary Mama Bears (2022 SXSW, ITVS) and the short documentary “Black Beauty.” She was a 2020 Film Independent Documentary Lab and WIF/ Sundance Institute Financing Intensive fellow.