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Chris Simcox, leader of the Tombstone Militia and co-founder of the Minuteman Project, spots a group of immigrants while on patrol in southern Arizona.
Photo by Landon Van Soest
A Ranch Rescue volunteer patrols a local ranch on the border of Mexico.
Photo by Jeremy Levine
Belle Star warns the vigilantes to stay off of her southern Arizona ranch.
Photo by Landon Van Soest
An illegal immigrant drinks water after spending two days lost in the desert. Hundreds of migrants die every year trying to cross the Arizona desert.
Photo by Jeremy Levine


Walking the Line has been featured in The Boston Phoenix, Boston Globe, Tucson Weekly, Northshore Sunday, Austin-Chronicle, Mundo Hispanico, North Adams Transcript, Savannah Morning News, and more. A selection of the articles are linked to below.

TUCSON WEEKLY (August 2005)
"Sound and Fury"
A stylish, sophisticated documentary look at Cochise County's rollicking vigilante movement.
[read article]

BOSTON PHOENIX (October 2005)
Crucial and engrossing, Walking the Line is the kind of film that demands the existence of festivals like this.
[read article]


·       Official selection of over 25 film festivals, including the Austin Film Festival, Leeds International Film         Festival, and Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival.

·       Winner, top prize in the “Human Rights/Human Dignity” category at the Ohne Kohle         International Film Festival in Austria/Germany

·       Winner, Jury and Audience award, “Best Student Documentary,” New England Film and Video

·       2005 Angelus Awards finalist

·       2005 Student Academy Award regional finalist