Posts Tagged: documentary

La Recua Film Premier

Now premiering virtually at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, La Recua – The Mule Pack Train, is a documentary film about early Baja California trail-transport by burros and herdsmen. The film follows Darío Higuera, a 70-year-old traditional saddle maker in Baja California Sur. He has a dream of reenacting the old recuas, merchant pack… Read more »

“The Journeys of Harry Crosby” Documentary

    The San Diego History Center needs your help to bring the documentary film The Journeys of Harry Crosby to the big screen. Photographer Harry W. Crosby is a national treasure and a California legend whose explorations and landmark photography have been featured in classic books on the Baja Peninsula. Through his work, Crosby is almost… Read more »

Q&A with filmmakers of Baja surf documentary “La Maestra”

While we’re generally biased toward anything related to Baja, when you throw in surfing, supporting the local culture and empowering women, we just can’t resist. So it’s no surprise that we were immediately drawn to the making of, and fundraising efforts for, Baja surf documentary “La Maestra (The Teacher).” “La Maestra” profiles a young Mexican… Read more »