Eugene Rodriguez

Eugene Rodriguez formed youth group Los Cenzontles in 1989 and incorporated the Arts Center in 1994. He received a Master's degree in Classical Guitar performance from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music in 1987. In 1995 he was nominated for a Grammy for Best Musical Album for Children for his production of 'Papa's Dream' a bilingual recording with Los Lobos and Lalo Guerrero. He has produced thirteen CDs for Los Cenzontles. Additionally he produced and performed on Mexican folk group Mono Blanco's CD entitled 'El Mundo Se Va a Acabar' on Urtext Records.


Ricardo Braojos

Ricardo Braojos studied at the Centro de Capacitación Cinematográfica el Curso General de Estudios Cinematográficos specializing in production (1985-1989). He graduated with honorable mentions. He has worked as director, editor, script writer in more than 15 films of fiction and documentaries. including '¿Samuel?'(1990-Ficción-Director, editor and co-scriptwriter), 'Tajín'(1992-Documental-co-director y co-editor), 'Dies Solis. Estudios para una Ultima Cena'(1993-Videoarte-Director, editor y scriptwriter (which screened at the 45a. Exposición Internacional de Arte de la Bienal de Venecia, Italia), 'Memoria en la piedra'(1993-Documental-Editor), 'Tiempo Lunar'(1995-Script - cinematographer), 'México Antiguo'(1995-Documentary-Editor), 'Vamos a dar una vueltecita'(1997-Fiction documentary-Director, producer, editor y co-scriptwriter), 'Animecha Kejtsïtacua'(1998-Documentary-Director, producer y editor), 'Pancho Villa and other stories'(1999-Documentary-Editor), 'La Leyenda'(2000-Documentary ficcionado-Director, producer y editor). [back to top]

Production Credits

Directed and Edited by
Ricardo Braojos

Produced by
Eugene Rodriguez

Image and Sound by
Ricardo Braojos
Óscar Carrillo

Sound Designed and Mixed by
Pablo Fernández

Animation and Titles by
Humberto Ramírez

Additional camera work in California
Nery Ordoñez

Original music by
Los Cenzontles