Hidalgo, Town with History A documentary which shows the development of the town of Hidalgo from the Spanish conquest to the present, testifying to the cultural richness of the region
AWARDS: Premio del Público a Mejor Cortometraje Michoacano.
Messanger of the Gods Brother Jerónimo de Alcalá, while investigating ancient Purépecha indigenous history, stumbles upon the story of Tamapucheca, a warrior and son of Tariácuri, founder of the Tarascan […]
AWARDS: Mención Especial Sección Michoacana, Sección Michoacana.
A visual compilation of religious fervor during Easter week in the Tzintzuntzan community of Ithacan from 1996 to 2006. The testimonies of the carriers at the Soledad Temple reveal the […]
The Nahuatlaco people of northern Veracruz still practice the rites and ceremonies of their ancestors, performing dances to ask mother nature for the blessing of her seeds and invoking the […]
Many years before the arrival of the Spaniards in Michoacán, a young woman is taken to heaven by the gods. There she learns of a bad omen: foreign men will […]
Michoacán, year 1530. Tsipa and Hopotaku are a young P’urhepecha couple who lives for their newborn child. The abuse of the couple and their people by the Spaniards, in addition […]