As in most productions, we were in a little rush when we arrived to Guanajuato. We needed to drop off our gear, explore the 5 and 10 KM route that the runners would later conquer that evening and get ready for the race. We arranged a hotel near the center to leave our stuff and we went to the epicenter of the BUFF organization, where hundreds of special designed t-shirts and – of course- BUFF scarfs were unboxed for all the runners that were waiting to be registered. – How were we going to do this with all of our gear and under time pressure? – After being introduced to Buff Race Director, Iveth “La flaca”, we were ready to discover the route to find the most beautiful spots to set up our cameras. The route, guided by white chalk powder arrows, took us to magical alleys, colorful streets, and not forget to mention, thousands of stairs, that eventually lead us all the way to El Pípila, a giant statue at the highest point at the edge of the city. We were out of breath and took a little break, and we were only halfway […]
Este año pudimos trabajar en conjunto con el Trails In Motion Film Festival, un ciclo de cine dedicado al trail running que va viajando de país en país a lo largo del año. Para la edición de México en 2015, una fotografía realizada por nosotros en colaboración con Marcos Ferro fue utilizada en el póster oficial. Además, tuvimos el honor de trabajar en dos proyectos que participaron en el festival. Ellos mismos se describen como: . Trails In Motion is an annual international film tour that brings a collection of the finest trail and ultra running films to passionate audiences around the world. Join like-minded trail runners and adventure sports enthusiasts at film festival-styled events in over 130 cities across 30 countries, all hosted by people who love to share this “dirty art” with their local running communities. Para más información de este festival, visita este link. .