The Borderland Film Festival, formerly known as the Santa Cruz County International Film Festival, is held every October in Ambos Nogales (Arizona and Sonora) and Santa Cruz County. The festival celebrates the scenery of the San Rafael Valley and other beautiful locales in Santa Cruz County, Arizona, and Northern Sonora, Mexico, that have, since 1913, provided picturesque vistas for more than 130 films and television shows, including "Oklahoma!" and "Traffic." It also celebrates the history, people, culture, art and areas of fascination that are unique to this portion of the world. The schedule for Thursday, Oct. 18 includes the Museo de Arte de Nogales, Sonora, student films and art expo, Teatro en la Terazza film creening, with cocktails and botanas. On Friday, Oct. 19th there will be film screenings at Oasis Cinema, student seminars and lectures, and a Gala at Holler & Saunders. This year’s “Film at the Fence” is set for Saturday, Oct. 20, with a music migration and after party. Sunday, Oct. 21 includes a tour of movie locations in Santa Cruz County, screenings in Nogales, Sonora, and Tardeada-the closing ceremony.