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Olimpia José Manuel Cravioto

Raquel, Rodolfo and Hernán are members of a brigade at the National University during the student movement in Mexico in 1968. Through their films, writings and photos, we will know a more personal side of these students who joined, shouted and never forgot the movement. This story has as a narrative axis, the day when the army took their university and their lives were never the same.

J.M. Cravioto, CUEC UNAM. Director for two documentaries: "The Last Heroes of the Peninsula” and “Seguir Siendo: Café Tacvba”, and the feature films "Mexican Gangster" (recognized with 4 Arieles of the Mexican Film Academy), "Bound to Vengeance" premiered in 2015 in official selection at the Sundance Film Festival and awarded in Sitges Barcelona as Best Director for the section “Midnight Xtreme”."Olimpia" its his most recent work that tells the historical events of the student movement of 1968 in Mexico. Selected at the Festival of Morelia in 2018 and presented in Cannes by the Cabos International Film Festival. Director for tv series such as "Señor Ávila III" for HBO Latin America (Winner International Emmy) and recently Creative and Director of the series "El Chapo", by Netflix and Univision. He is currently director and showrunner of the original Netflix series "Diablero", which now is on its second season.

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