What are you seeking on either side of the border? It's the way I've grown up -- crossing the border to me is like breathing air, you just do it. I think I have the best of both worlds, living in Tijuana, but as someone who is bilingual it just makes sense to work on either side. Besides, borders are just in our brain.Do you prefer music videos to narrative pieces? I prefer a narrative structure in the medium although music videos give you the liberty to experiment ...
Who's your fave TJ music artist or lucha libre wrestler? Or someone who does both? I really like what Casa Wagner, 1973, Guaycura Sounds, Ambiente are doing right now -- the wrestler, it has to be a "rudo" ... a bad guy you love to hate.
Belong to any arts-related groups? La Luciérnaga Colectivo Escénico. It's a theater company that we founded nine years ago in Tijuana. We try to reincorporate Mexican traditions that have been lost due to time and geographical space. Recortos48 is a small group of friends that organize the Recortos48 Film Festival every (November) in Tijuana.
Where can we see your work next?I don't know. As soon as I finish editing (my) last films "the Z's" and "St. Jacques" I'll probably send them to do the festival circuit. You can also watch some of my stuff online: youtube.com/tokyohot.