In This Episode
We had the pleasure of interviewing Sera De Lobos (Writer and Director) and Cristina Trujillo (Producer) about their new movie project called Cenizas, a haunting story of redemption and the ancestral power to correct injustice.
Our Special Guest - Sera De Lobos: Writer, Director, Artist
A Non-Binary Queer Guatemalan-American Storyteller.
Sera’s work focuses on pushing forward diverse and interesting narratives connected directly to their community, taken in by mysterious folk stories that surrounded this central-american upbringing like, El Cadejo, and La Siguanaba.
With over a decade of work in post production for film and TV, Sera’s experience in the film industry has given them a sense of responsiblity to be visible.
Alittle more about Sera De Lobos!
They are an LA based artist, dedicated veggie foodie, borderline vegan, animal enthusiast. Designer and painter by day, storyteller by night.
Our Special Guest - Cristina Trujillo: REEM Media Founder and Producer
Born in Ecuador, raised in Los Angeles, living in Northern California since her time at UC Davis for a Bachelor’s of Science Degree (attending college as a single-mama), Cristina Trujillo is now the CEO and Founder of REEM Media, a full-service MediaTech Agency for all-size businesses, solopreneurs, non-profits, and government agencies. Cristina leverages her knowledge in community investment, economic and racial equity, and diverse cultural representation for the foundation of REEM Media.
With an unwavering commitment to close the gap of access to information and resources under REEM Media, Cristina is producing and hosting two weekly LIVE digital events on YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter, also airing on primetime BCMTV Comcast Channel 26 and AT&T Channel 99.Most recently, Cristina was featured on ABC 7 News Bay Area for Hispanic Heritage Month 2020.ing revenge.
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A haunting story of redemption and the ancestral power to correct injustice. Lead by the power of a migrant mothers unconditional love. Revenge for the forgotten, brings forth an army that no man can defeat.
1980’s Guatemala City, A Mother and Daughter are at the start of their migration journey to the US. The Daughter is gifted a traditional Indigenous doll by her Grandmother, who reminds her that if she’s ever scared the doll will protect her.
Besides the harsh desert conditions, Mother and Daughter are chased down by a militant armed group that guards the border illegally. They find temporary shelter in an abandoned house. A shot is fired, and their outcome is left unknown.
The violence that takes place once Mother and Daughter reach the Arizona desert becomes the tipping point of what’s to come. We experience a supernatural event, when generations of unjust oppression and murder, manifest into a single moment of revenge, and redemtion.