In the Mexican village of Milpillas, a family remembers the last day they saw Nando, their youngest, and apprentice of his father José, a lifelong horse wrangler. Through a chorus of voices and an exploration of a community's daily rituals, CABALLERANGO evokes the presence of those who have parted.
- SIN SITIO CINE
- MAKENA BUCHANAN
Named one of Filmmaker Magazine’s “25 New Faces of Independent Film” for 2015, Juan Pablo González is an emerging Mexican filmmaker whose work includes documentary, fiction, and experimental films. His work and collaborations have screened at film festivals such as Cannes, Locarno, IDFA, Edinburgh, Slamdance, Morelia, and Full Frame, among others. He has been a grantee of the Mexican National Fund for Culture and Arts (FONCA), the Austin Film Society, and received a Jesse H Jones Fellowship for his thesis project at the University of Texas at Austin. Juan Pablo currently teaches MFA in film directing at the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts). CABALLERANGO (2018) is his latest film which premieres at IDFA.