Saul Cantero is a filmmaker graduate in Audiovisual Arts Degree by the
Image and Sound Department of the University of Guadalajara. He has taken
workshops and master classes with prestigious teachers as Boris
Goldenblanc, Vicente Leñero, Fernando Trueba, Idrissa Ouedraogo, Theo
Angelopoulus, Patricio Guzman, Brian de Palma, Vittorio Storaro and many
He has served as an editor and sound designer, in Film, TV & Advertising,
part of the winning team of the Mexican Ariel Award for Best Sound Design
for the film "KM 31". He is currently involved in creating documentaries and
films in both Mexico and the United States.
Javier, a street performer and ventriloquist, faces a crisis when Chuy, his puppet and only friend, suddenly refuses to talk.