Every Row a Path
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For migrant families in rural America, survival isn’t easy.
For five young women in Washington's Skagit Valley, survival isn’t enough.
In the berry fields of Washington State’s Skagit Valley, migrant teenage girls struggle to
balance family and school with back-breaking agricultural work. Statistically, they are destined to fail, but five young women are determined to beat those odds.
Produced by the DreamFields Project, in partnership with Reel Grrls, Every Row A Path is a collaboration between filmmaker Jill Freidberg and the youth who appear in the film, providing an intimate look into the daily struggles and rewards of being young, migrant, and female in rural America.
- Running time
- 29 minutes
- Jill Freidberg ... Director, DOP, Editor
- United States
- Years of Production
- Skagit Valley, Washington State, Seattle
- Prod. Partners
- Dreamfields Project, Reel Grrls
- Release year
- English, Spanish, Mixteco
- English, Spanish
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