A spoken portrait of the world of cinema in a Morelia of the past, a journey through the eyes of the elderly and their memories of a time when movie theaters were part of the urban landscape. Along with these reminiscences, we travel to the present, with people who maintain this cult of the image, of cinema.
Adriana spends every night at the same seedy hotel. She’s just started her shift with a new man, and it looks like it’s going to be a long one.
The rebozo (shawl) is part of one of the oldest traditions in Mexico, It’s an essential element to understanding the identity of how Purépechas dress. The mother of the artisan Albertina Bautista was one of the pioneers in creating rebozos (shawls) detailing them with feathers of different types of birds.
The building that once served as Morelia’s main bus station was abandoned for fifteen years. Artists from many disciplines worked together to cover the building and transform it into a space for artistic instruction, exhibition, and collaboration.
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