A young man tells his story of crossing the border from Mexico to the U.S. when he was only eight years old.
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Press and Reviews
"One of the most captivating films I’ve ever seen."
"Diego's Dream broke my heart . . . this film is a 15-minute film that is made better than some of the best directors I've ever known."
— Sharon Anderson Morris, Director of FiReFilms
"We . . . have to show human compassion and help one person at a time. You can start today by spreading Diego's story, and in the process perhaps softening a few hearts that sorely need to be softened."
— Bruce Kasanoff in "Great Dreams, Limited Means"
"Breaking Barriers with Documentary Directors: FiRe Films Panel" - Charly Kuecks
"Student-Made Documentaries Aimed At Giving Voice To The Voiceless" - Dona Ibrahim, The Daily Utah Chronicle
Art by Cristina Estrada Cortes.
Directed and edited by Peter C. Davidson
Told by Diego Joaquin Catalan
Produced by Jeff Metcalf
Art by Cristina Estrada Cortes