Directed by Matthew Hashiguchi
For undocumented immigrants, college is not a right, but a privilege that few receive. In Georgia (US), undocumented immigrants are barred from attending the top most selective public colleges. For Raymond Partolan, this is a modern-day form of segregation he hopes to change.
Matthew Hashiguchi is a documentary filmmaker whose work investigates the diverse experiences, identities and cultures of American society. His first feature-length documentary, GOOD LUCK SOUP, was broadcast nationally on PBS World’s America ReFramed and received a 2016 Documentary Fund Award from the Center for Asian American Media and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
Director: Matthew Hashiguchi