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The #1 Bus Chronicles
Producer: Delmira Valladares
2020
Color
US
English
The #1 Bus Chronicles
The #1 Bus Chronicles uses a small sociological microcosm – a bus stop on an industrial highway in New Jersey – to intimately portray some of the most marginalized lives in America today - the ‘working poor’, the recently incarcerated, and immigration asylum seekers. In startlingly intimate encounters, strangers share hopes and dreams as well as stories of resiliency, suffering and loss. Many are in states of transition, struggle, or waiting for change.
Awards

• Best Documentary, Golden Door International Film Festival, Jersey City
• Director’s Choice, Black Maria Film Festival
• Creativity Award, Show for Change Festival
Screenings
• Maysles Documentary Center Virtual Cinema
• Social Justice Film Festival
• Newark Public Library
• e American Cities Rebuilding Conference
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