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A group of young musicians sing the deeds of three men who live in the most isolated region of the Baja California Sur desert. As the “Baja 1000”, the world's largest annual all-terrain car race, takes place crossing the Mexican-US border, these men look for an opportunity to be a part of it and escape the apparent monotony of their small communities.

This film is in the Documentary Feature Competition and the Cinematography Competition.


José Permar is a Mexican filmmaker who graduated in audiovisual arts from the University of Guadalajara and attended the Berlinale Talents 2018. He won the Ariel Award for best short film in 2017, was nominated at the Students Oscars Academy Awards, and received a special mention at the Berlinale 2016 for his short documentary “Aurelia and Pedro.” His previous short films “Outside” (2015) and “Beast” (2016) have been exhibited and awarded at festivals including Shorts Mexico, FICUNAM, Morelia International Film Festival, and ISFVF of the Beijing Film Academy, among others.

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  • Runtime
    78 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
    Mexico, USA
  • Director
    José Permar
  • Screenwriter
    José Permar
  • Producer
    Daniela Silva, José Luis Villanueva, Wendy Muñiz, Guillermo Zouain, Oz Rodríguez