A film in which the music of Calexico, and the Mexican and Tucson traditions of processions honoring the dead, provide a backdrop for contemplating deadly immigration policies, screens at 5:30 p.m., Friday, Feb. 10; $5. A conversation with the film's producers follows. The screening is part of The Border Project: Soundscapes, Landscapes and Lifescapes,
which continues through Sunday, March 11, at the UA Museum of Art. Visit artmuseum.arizona.edu
for details about the exhibit and related activities. Visit arizona.tix.com
for tickets or more information about the film.