AN UNBIASED FILM ABOUT ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION IN AMERICA 

 
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ABOUT THE FILM

“Undocumented” is an eye-opening look past media half-truths to all sides of illegal immigration, the biggest cultural challenge facing America today. 

Increasingly having to “request” to use English, noticing the rise in Spanish-only billboards and with the passing of English as the official language of Farmer’s Branch, Malone knew he had to capture the cultural influences that were changing the face of his hometown. At the age of 25, Malone and his team traveled to over 24 U.S. cities and Guatemala; compiling nearly 320 hours of interviews, protest rallies and heated exchanges from multiple perspectives.

The film was originally shot and edited by Malone and produced by Robert Curlin in 2008. Ten years later, this cultural phenomenon is being resurrected for the world to see, beginning in Malone's local Dallas community.

 
 

“IT’S WHAT JOURNALISM SHOULD BE.”

 
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