A Saturday Morning
Negra and Tapon work with the full intention of fighting against their reality. They have had enough and will not settle for what life has given them, even if it means loosing a bit of their humanity.
Three teens head to breakfast at a high end restaurant in their new car. They have no care in the world other than gossip when was the last shooting in this dangerous town of northern Mexico.
Characters from different worlds in the same city – two different realities existing during a silent war.
Writer/Director: Roberto Collado-Anzaldua
Assistant Director: Leonardo Collado-Anzaldua & Ricardo Lopez
Producer: Lucia Elizabeth Anzaldua
Co-Producers: Roberto Collado & Dulce Navar
Director of Photography: Roberto Collado-Anzaldua
1st Assistant Camera: Yung-Jen Yang
2nd Assistant Camera: Carlos Collado-Anzaldua
Gaffer(s): Yung-Jen Yang
Editor: Roberto Collado
Sound Designer: Uladzimir Taukachou
Sound Mixer: Uladzimir Taukachou
Production Designer: Sebastian Chirinos
Script Supervisor: Ricardo Lopez
Production Manager: Dulce Navar
Production Assistant(s): Tatsumi Matsumoto & Ramiro Rojas
Special Thanks: Francisco Hernandez Montemayor
Negra – Mayte Torres
Tapon – Luis Enrique Luna
Flaco – Manuel Montantes
Monstruo – Demetrio Avila
Bagre – Yarith Ali
Andres – Carlos Aurelio
Monica – Lucia Patricia Camarillo
Marco – Olaf Velazquez
Born on January 16, 1985 in Cd. Victoria, Tamaulipas, Mexico, Collado began his artistic interest at a very early age. He studied in the Conservatorio de las Rosas in Morelia, Mexico. He plays a variety of instruments ranging from classical guitar to the Native American flute.
By the age of 20, he decided to become an actor and applied for the Theater, Film and Television program at The University of Texas-Pan American. There he was introduced to the technical aspects of film where he found his true passion.
He received his Bachelor’s in 2009, having participated in more than 20 productions, including his first feature film, 11 Years of Nightmares and a Wasted Lifetime.
Writing & Directing Fiction
The Brother’s Texas – Cinematographer
Sunny Side – Cinematographer
Fiction #4 – For Sofia – Director