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​​Sunday, October 28, 2018 - The Ethical Humanist Society, Garden City, NY

​Reviews from viewers:

***** (top rating) "It is a true human story.  I loved the film."

​***** "Important to put a face on this issue."

***** "Where should I start???  Excellent content, compelling story, well-told, well-documented.  Heart-warming, inspiring."

***** "Especially important now."

***** "SO INSPIRING!!!!  Thank you."

"Possibly the most important film at the present time."

"Excellent - it brought tears to my eyes."

"The film did a fantastic job of humanizing the issue."

"Excellent story, beautifully presented."

"It really touched my soul.  Amazing story."

"Dr. Fernandez's story is emblematic of so many immigrant families seeking an opportunity to live safely, and striving to reach their full potential.  The film conveys the love and determination that propelled them to follow their dream.  This film needs to be seen far and wide.  It has the power to touch hearts and change minds to be more open to different people.  THANK YOU."

"Simply put, I was moved to tears.  What a remarkable story in the achievement of the American Dream."

"I love that the movie just told the story without pushing a political point of view.  You will open many minds."

"Right to my heart.  This film told an immigrant's story in the best possible way.  Hardly a dry eye in the packed audience.  So moving and intelligently done."

"A story about a heart surgeon that is all heart."

“What a triumph!”

“The film is humble, apolitical, well-told and attention-getting.  Dr. Fernandez’s biography is a testament to the human spirit and an argument for compassionate solutions to the immigration crisis.”

“Informative, compassionate, authentic… speaks of integrity, perseverance and values.  Bravo to you all.”

"Absolutely sensational film!  Everyone should see this!”


Our Kickstarter campaign EXCEEDED our goal!!!!!

Our Indie Go Go campaign, although not meeting its goal, still raised a goodly amount.

 THANK YOU to all who contributed!  YOU made this possible! 


You may know that making films is a very costly endeavor, and our fundraising covers only part of the expenses.  So, If you would like to contribute to support this film you can still earn some great rewards!

Please contact us at patshih9@gmail.com to see how to donate and receive your reward.



Q & A after the screening with (L-R) Greg Blank, Dr. Harold Fernandez and Patricia Shih.

July 27, 2019, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA - Patricia and Jasmina Bojic, Director of the United Nations Association Film Festival and producer of the Camera as Witness series at Stanford University.  "Undocumented" screened at the series "Human Dignity - Faces of Immigration"



Sunday July 15, 2018 - Cinema Arts Centre, Huntington, NY - ​SOLD OUT

Saturday, December 15 - Add A Movie Film Festival

Gallery MC, 545 West 52nd St. NY, NY

"UNDOCUMENTED" awarded the top prize of BEST PICTURE. 

Reviews from viewers:

"***** I loved the film"

"Very emotional and took you on a complete journey."

"The heart of this man's story was so intricately brought forth in an honest and universal way.  What an exceptional human.  The way it was filmed and told so holistically allowed a real impact to be made."



Dr. Fernandez's life story highlighted in Newsday, NY metro area

​August 5, 2018

​​​​​​​​​​​​LATEST NEWS & PHOTOS

Add a Movie Film Festival, New York, NY


The afternoon of the screening Channel 12 Long Island News came to interview Dr. Fernandez and me.  It was aired several times that day.

Photo by Stephen Fricker

Dr. Fernandez, Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, Brandon Fernandez

Sunday, September 23, 2018  - North Shore Towers Cinema, Queens, NY

All photos: Stephen Fricker

Packed house before the screening.  Standing ovation after.

Photo by Stephen Fricker

Book signing at the reception afterwards.  Dr. Fernandez sold out.  All proceeds from the sale of the books go to Dreamer organizations.

Photo by Andrea M. Gordon

July 30, 2019 - The Roxie Theater, San Francisco, CA.  Fundraiser for the Dreamers Fund for a scholarship to the University of San Francisco's Masters Program in Migrant Studies. Patricia with USF professor Dr. Bill Ong Hing.