“The River and The Wall” encompasses the Texas borderlands in one film. Five friends venture on a 1,200-mile journey to document the Rio Grande in a race before the wall is built. They enter uncharted emotional territory by horse, canoe and a mountain bike journey.
“The River and the Wall is a film that is uniquely relevant to the panhandle plains. Not only does it cover the more obvious social and societal impacts of building a wall, but it covers the impact on the regional landscape that a wall would have,” said Samantha Biffle, programs coordinator. “Farmers and ranchers, especially, will find connections with the aspects of land management the film explores.” For a sneak peak, watch the trailer on Fin & Fur Films vimeo page or visit theriverandthewall.com.