New Ana Tijoux Music Video Stands With Arizona Immigrants

By Al Borde TVJuly 11, 2012Music Videos

French-Chilean musician Ana Tijoux is the latest artist to stand with immigrants in Arizona as part of the “Alto Arizona” campaign, an ongoing effort to bring visibility, recognition, dignity and healing to migrants who have been targets of hate in Arizona and around the world.

Now she’s out with a new music video “Shock” directed by Alex Rivera (Sleepdealers) from the album “La Bala” which features Tijoux with protesters of Arizona’s infamous Sheriff Arpaio and the anti-immigrant law, S.B. 1070, which the United States Supreme Court ruled was largely unconstitutional on June 25, 2012.

Filmed after a concert with Puente Arizona, Tijoux’s concert served efforts that pre-date SB1070 to challenge the state’s anti-immigrant climate and defend and advance the rights of migrant families.

video uploaded by: NDLONvideos

Director/Editor: Alex Rivera

Director of Photography: Lisa Rinzler

Additional Camera: Daniel Devivo

Protest Footage: PanLeft Productions

Thanks to: Alonso Parra

Source: Contacto Latino