Cinematographer-turned-director Bruno Santamaría captures rural Mexico through its residents, landscapes, and community traditions
Winner of the Jury Prize for International Documentary, Chicago International Film Festival.
Three hours from Tepic, the capital of the state of Nayarit, is El Roblito, a small town of a few hundred inhabitants surrounded by mangroves. Cinematographer-turned-director Bruno Santamaría captures rural Mexico through its residents, idyllic landscapes, and community traditions, telling the story of 16-year old Ñoño.
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The film was followed by a Q&A with director Bruno Santamaría, moderated by Carlos Gutiérrez
Presented in Partnership with Cinema Tropical
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