Voces, Independent Lens
From Pelican Bay State Prison, Sansón’s life is defined by borders—between Mexico and the U.S., fact and fiction, personal choice and systemic force.
Highlighting the therapeutic power of the arts, this animated documentary explores how a Puerto Rican-American director and his mother cope after the deaths of several family members.
William D. Caballero is a Los Angeles-based filmmaker, writer, 2018 Guggenheim Fellow, and 2021 Creative Capital Awardee. His work fuses innovative animation techniques with documentary. Personal projects about his Puerto Rican grandparents and parents have premiered at the 2022 and 2017 Sundance Film Festivals, and the Museum of Modern Art.