»The Line

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  • A migrant father and son run out of water while crossing the desert border and must seek help from a ranch house
  • Kent Bassett became interested in filmmaking as a teenager and first studied directing at age 16. While completing his Bachelor's degree in history and political science at Swarthmore College, he continued to pursue film through a course on documentary production. He went on to pursue a Masters of Fine Arts in film production at Chapman University. During his second year he directed Twisting Fate, a light-hearted comedy that screened at the Lake Arrowhead Film Festival and the Siouxland Film Festival. The Line is his largest production to date and his most personal. Growing up in Arizona, Kent was surrounded by debates about immigration and the Arizona-Mexico border. The Line is an exploration of the lives of those Arizonians most directly affected by the border - migrant workers and ranchers


  • Dances With Films 2008
    Audience Award

    San Luis Obispo International Film Festival 2008
    Audience Award

  • Director/Writer: Kent Bassett
    Co-Writer: Mariah Montgomery
    Producers: Michelle Johnson & Kent Bassett
    Cinematographer: Andrew M. Davis (III)
    Editor: Melissa Brown
    Production Designer: Elexis DeLair
    Sound Design: Mitch McIntire & Kyle Higgins
    Assistant Directors: Will Prescott, Michael Anderson & Dan Olson
    Composer: Lior Rosner
  • Art Bonilla: Alvaro Nuñez
    John Winscher: Danny Jackson
    Chic Daniel: Luke Jackson
    Aldo Ceceña: Omar Nuñez
    Diane Chernasky: Social Worker
    Carolyn Kelly: Hospital Clerk
    Tom Lewis: Roger
    Sergio Lopez: Driver
    Richard Piedmont: Larry
    Alan Pietruszewski: Police Officer
    Lenya Weber: Nurse