New Directors Competition
The documentary is about the difficulties that the Yaquis of Sonora (Mexico) face and their ancestral defense of the land and life in Mexico. Today they face a decisive battle. Since 2010, the government of Sonora, through the Independencia Aqueduct, has illegally diverted millions of cubic meters of water from the Yaqui River, causing a serious drought for the tribe and endangering their lives. At the same time, its territory has been flooded with drugs and violence. Yaquis seek an answer in the depths of their cultural identity.
Sergi Pedro Ros
Sergi Pedro Ros, Andrés García Franco
César Gutiérrez Miranda
Andrés García Franco, Víctor Romero, Roberto Bolado
Sergi Pedro Ros, Carlos Hernández, Pablo Aldrete, Jaime Romandía, Juan García Calvo
IMCINE, Sergi Pedro Ros, Mantarraya Producciones, Mandarina Cine, Wiz Producciones
Movies for Festivals
He collaborates as a teacher at the ARTE 7 film schools, the University of Communication and the UPAEP. Master’s degree in documentary film from the University Center for Cinematographic Studies (CUE C), of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). Pedro Ros has a degree in history from the University of Valencia. Yo’emian Labyrinth is his first film.