Screenplay: Ana Mary Ramos and Juan Barreda Ruiz
Music: Juan Pablo Flores
Cast: Felipe Delmont, Armando Pliego Ishikawa, Giovanni Zayas, Aline Alonso, Violet Cuautle, Janet Tecpanecatl, Arturo Estrada, Miguel Angel Bautista, Emmanuel Vara,
Cholula is a millenarian town where the progressive urban expansion is making the border between rural and urban increasingly blurred. The proliferation of cars and the privileges they receive make the streets increasingly dangerous. In spite of this, a very extended community of local people refuses to abandon the bicycle as a means of transport, thus becoming the shelter of a tradition that is, in fact, the bet of the future.
Director's profile (s):
Ana Mary Ramos Rugerio: Graduated from the Cinematographic Script Course of the Cinematographic Training Center, CCC. He has received IMCINE support for film rewriting and in 2012 he won the 12th National Short Film Production Support Contest, also from IMCINE. His short film Inframundo, was nominated for Best Mexican Short Film at the 2014 Ariel Awards, won the Best Fiction Short Film Award at the Beginning Film Festival St.Petersburg (Russia, 2014) and the Best Short Film Screenplay Award at the Short Shorts Films Mexico 2013 Festival and Best Screenplay at the Film and Video Festival in Rosario, Argentina. Juan Barreda Ruiz: Born in 1983 in Puebla, Mexico. Self-taught, it has been recognized in international film festivals. He directed documentaries for the O.N.U. and UNESCO on the issues of forced displacement of people, scientists and art. Celebration, his second short film, has been shown at the film festivals of Tampere, Huesca and Biarritz, among others.