In 1974, the Dolores Cyclone flooded the town of Charco Redondo and its inhabitants were forced to go into exile and found a new community. Four decades later, the Salinas Tello, an Afromestizo family, lets us enter their privacy while preparing the town's patronal celebration. Through them, we learn about their daily lives. They Made Us the Night draws a sketch about their identity, marked by tonales, devils and cyclones.
He started his career with his academy thesis project, Labour Thesis. His second documentary, Traces of Paradise was the winner of the INAH's Miradas sin Tiempo contest and was exhibited in more than 20 shows and festivals around the world. Transit was his third documentary film, exhibited in MiradasDoc and Distrital.
Director - DirectorsAntonio Hernández
Guión - ScreenplayAntonio Hernández, Óscar Gerardo Pichardo Isaak
Productor - ProducerFernando Delgado
Música - Music:Luis Ortega
Sonido - Sound:Luis Ortega
Cinematografía - Cinematography:Alonso Marañón
Edición - Editor:Ximena Pineda, Martha Uc, Fernando Delgado
Intérpretes - CastRomualda Tello López, Adonis Salinas Tello, Plácido Salinas Tello, Fabián Salinas Tello, Beto Salinas Tello, Humberto Salinas Tello
Contacto - ContactTangram Films