We collaborated with our friends from Hola Combo to animate this piece - one of 68 pieces to take part in the ambitious project "68 Voces."  

“68 voces”, or 68 voices in English, is a series that seeks to demonstrate the wealth of the 68 Mexican indigenous languages under the premise that “no one can love what they don’t know”. These tales seek to promote the pride of being part of an indigenous community full of cultural wealth and traditions as well as to promote respect towards these communities and cultures within the general population. Another aspiration of "68 Voces" is to contribute to reducing discrimination, while at the same time generating respect towards our elders and encouraging oral tradition. The project was also created in the hopes that it will become a tool used to conserve the wealth that these universes represent.

Indigenous language: Otomi from Estado de Mexico.
Original Idea and Creative Director - Gabriela Badillo /  COMBO
Translation and V.O. - Javier Cruz González
Ilustrator -  Diego Huacuja T
Animation: BASA
Animation Director: Diego Huacuja T.
Lead Animator: Alejandro Cuellar Rodriguez
Supporting Animation: Fernanda Solley, Diego Huacuja T.
Original Music - Enrique Quiroz / Biovo
SFX - Wetback Audio

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