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Source:  Detroit Free Press

President Trump’s call to build a wall along the southern border has sparked an intense debate over immigration and American identity.

To better understand what the wall would mean, a team of USA TODAY Network journalists traveled along the 2,000-mile U.S.-Mexico border and produced an 80-minute film “The Wall,” which will be shown tonight at 7:30 pm and tomorrow at noon as part of the Freep Film Festival in Detroit, Michigan.

The film is a collaboration between the Detroit Free Press team behind “12th and Clairmount,” the Arizona Republic, and the USA Today Network.

Brian Kaufman, executive video producer at the Detroit Free Press, was the director of the movie, which involved 82 journalists.

Kaufman recently spoke about the film with the Free Press.

Read more at the Detroit Free Press. 

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