El Zócalo

2002, 28:25 min, color, sound

El Zócalo is an observational portrait of Mexico City's central Plaza on one day in August. Soldiers, Aztec dancers, clowns, food vendors, protesters, rain, dogs, tourists, balloons, and dignitaries all meet in the public space of the Zócalo. This documentary-style work represents daily life in one of the world's most vibrant urban centers.

Edited by Chip Lord. Producers: Chip Lord, Gustavo Vazquez. Camera: Gustavo Vazquez. Sound Design/Music: Guillermo Galindo.

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