As a visual anthropologist and filmmaker, Cesare Wright explores issues relating to the visual representation of culture, particularly through film and media. His most recent work, Goals, a film exploring issues of immigration and assimilation vicariously through sports, premiered on The Documentary Channel and NYC TV in January 2007. Material from his films has aired on numerous national and international broadcasts and networks, including Fox, Telemundo, German Spiegel TV, and French TV 2. Cesare has produced and directed several award winning films, including Back to the Primitive (2003), an exploration of “modern primitivism” in contemporary sub-cultures, and The Crocodile and the Kinkajou (2001). He is currently engaged in an ongoing production entitled, Border Wars, which documents paramilitary civilian activity along the U.S./Mexico border. The industry preview of Border Wars premiered at the Karlovy Vary Intl. Film Festival.