Pascual Reyes, a TV and film score composer, and frontman of the 23-year-old Mexican Rock band San Pascualito Rey, will be in attendance to introduce the film and participate in a Q & A session after the documentary.
After several years, the cult Mexican rock band San Pascualito Rey returns to the studio to record its fourth album “Todo Nos Trajo Hasta Hoy.” It’s an ambitious gamble but the group is convinced that they are making the best album in its history. Song by song, the musicians expose their dreams and fears, falling into creative frictions and stretching their relationships to the limit. The San Pascualito Rey, creators of the ¨dark Guapachoso¨ sound, have literally left their skin on the asphalt, clinging to the hope of achieving something that seems impossible: to survive making their music.
Director’s Bio: Pascual Reyes was born in Mexico City in 1976. As a TV and film score composer, he has worked with directors and producers such as Jayro Bustamante (Golden Globe nominee), Carlos Bolado (Oscar Nominee), Ben Odell (EMMY nominee), Alvaro Curiel, Beto Gómez, Perla Martínez, Rubén Ímaz, Yulene Olaizola, and Mariano Carranco, composing scores for feature, documentary films and TV series. He was a nominee for best Original Music by Platino Awards in 2015 for "Ixcanul" and for "La Llorona" in 2021. He was also nominated for the 2011 and 2012 Latin Grammy Awards for his song "Salgamos de Aquí" and for his band album "Valiente."