Following his 2011 essay published in the New York Times Magazine, titled "My Life as an Undocumented Immigrant," Pulitizer Prize-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas outed himself as one of 11 million undocumented American immigrants. Documented follows the recently out Vargas as he travels the country, lending his voice to the cause of immigration reform and dealing with the media backlash of being "out" in America. This film's recommended for University and College courses in Journalism and Political Science.
"Advocacy filmmaking that also manages to succeed in pulling heartstrings." - The Hollywood Reporter
**Includes digital cirriculum
DVD with PPR: $350
DVD without PPR: $149
Digital Site License: $499
Digital Site License + Public Performance Rights: $699
Additional Film Info:
Director: Jose Antonio Vargas & Ann Raffaela Lupo
Subjects: Journalism, Political Science
Genres: Documentary, Activism, LGBT
Length: 89 mins.