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A portrait of the great Wixarika (Huichol) artist Santos de la Torre who lives in near anonymity in the Western Sierra Madre.

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Santos de la Torre ...
Santos De La Torre

Directed by

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Nicolás Echevarría

Written by

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Nicolás Echevarría ... (writer)

Produced by

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José Alvarez ... producer
Julio Chavezmontes ... producer
Michael Fitzgerald ... executive producer
James Ramey ... executive producer

Cinematography by

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Nicolás Echevarría
Sebastián Hofmann ... (as Sebastian Hofmann)

Film Editing by

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Omar Guzmán

Editorial Department

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Heriberto Cortés ... video mastering
Santiago de la Paz ... Post Production Supervisor
Edith Sánchez ... quality control (as Edith Sánchez Salgado)
Joakim Ziegler ... dcp mastering

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Rodrigo de Vega Benavides ... sound mixer
Sergio Diaz ... re-recording mixer / sound designer / supervising sound editor
Isabel Muñoz ... sound mixer (as Isabel Muñoz Cota Callejas) / sound mixer
Javier Quesada ... first assistant sound editor
Daniela Xareni Lizárraga ... sound mixer

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Richard Romero ... additional camerawork
José Andrés Solórzano Becerra ... assistant camera

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Sumie Garcia ... production coordinator

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Plot Summary

Echo of the Mountain presents a look into the life and work of Santos de la Torre, a great Huichol artist who, like his people, lives in oblivion. Ironically, one of Santos' murals was selected by then-President Ernesto Zedillo to represent Mexican culture in a privileged location in Paris. The artist was never paid for his work. We will follow Santos during his pilgrimage to Wirikuta, where he will ask the gods' for permission to create a new mural. This new mural will portray the history, mythology, and religious practices of the Huichol people. We will take the audience on a journey across 385 miles of the "Peyote Route," which is in danger of disappearing unless it receives the protection of UNESCO. Written by Echo of the Mountain

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  • 92 min
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Budget $1,000,000 (estimated)

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