The Film Club

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Building empathy through the language of film

Welcome to NAE’s new Film Club, a monthly virtual film series focused on immigrant filmmakers and subject matters related to the immigrant experience in America. Each month we’ll screen one movie for free and then host a virtual discussion with a key  member of the film team to discuss themes of immigration. 

RSVP for our next film, The Donut King, on Friday, 6/11 @ 7 PM!

Film reels laying next to spilled popcorn

Upcoming Movies

July 7th, 2021 First Vote in partnership with GOOD DOCS and Montage Play

More from NAE's work in Texas

State & Local

Learn more about Texans for Economic Growth, a coalition of over 105 business leaders and associations dedicated to recognizing and supporting the positive impact that immigrants have on the Texas economy as business owners, taxpayers, and consumers.
Gateways for Growth (G4G) is a competitive opportunity for localities to receive research support and technical assistance from New American Economy and Welcoming America to improve immigrant inclusion in their communities. Learn more about past G4G awardees including Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, and Corpus Christi.
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Research

Use this interactive map to get comprehensive state and local immigration data, including demographic and economic contributions of immigrants in Texas.
Immigrants make up a significant portion of workers in construction, infrastructure, and related industries, with almost 3.2 million immigrants (or one in five workers) in this sector. Read this report to learn more.
New data from the 2019 American Community Survey demonstrates the significant financial and economic impact that Dreamers make in major metropolitan regions across Texas.
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Past Films

May 2021

Building The American Dream

June 2021

The Donut King

About NAE

New American Economy is a bipartisan research and advocacy organization fighting for smart federal, state, and local immigration policies that help grow our economy and create jobs for all Americans. More…