The Osito video set is taken over by a group of badass undocumented womyn to relay a message to folks who take up too much space in various conversations. Written by Julio Salgado, Ireri Lora, Itzel C. Medina, Yadira Sanchez, Blanca Vazquez, Sonia Guiñansaca, and Layidua Salazar. Captured by Jesús Iñiguez and Pablo Vivas. Edited […]
Julio and Jesús both receive their DACA and work permits at the same time and struggle to make sense of the complex feelings of what it means for them and their future. Written by Julio Salgado. Captured and edited by Jesús Iñiguez. Cameo by Alex Aldana.
PSA from the U.S. Department of Puerkz and Paperz. Download the application: bit.ly/paperz2015 Written by Yessica Gonzalez and Julio Salgado. Directed and edited by Jesús Iñiguez. Application language and design by Julio Salgado, Yessica Gonzalez, Paulina Overa, and Alex Aldana. Music by Gifted & Blessed.
Julio discovers that Jesús struggles with anxiety and depression. Written by Julio Salgado. Directed, captured, and edited by Jesús Iñiguez. Music: “A New Day” by Grupo Oz.
DreamersAdrift.com is finally four years old!! We’re thankful for all of our followers, co-conspirators, and the long roster of cameos who have helped shape the content and quality of our work. Thank you, from the bottom of the hearts.
In this episode, Julio tries (and fails) at negotiating with yet another organization who wants him to create imagery for them for free. Jesús then assumes the position of Julio’s new manager. Written by Julio Salgado. Directed, captured, and edited by Jesús Iñiguez. Music: “Peace and Love” by The Soul Fantastics
The inner dialogues of Jesús and Julio. Yes. We are for the complete legalization and recreational use of marijuana. Written by Julio Salgado Directed, captured, and edited by Jesús Iñiguez. Music: “Lifting Off” by Reflection Eternal.
Julio and Jesús discuss how to best put away money for themselves and for their parents in preparation of big responsibilities forthcoming. Written by Julio Salgado. Directed, captured, and edited by Jesús Iñiguez. Featured music: “Hip Hopcrisy” by Pete Rock and “Get Dis Money” by Slum Village (instrumental).
In this episode, Julio and Jesús discuss fatherhood, the perils of having to be responsible for another living being (be it a kid or a pet), irresponsibility, fickleness, and the innate feeling many of us carry and confront of bringing meaning into our lives by investing ourselves in the next generation. Written by Julio Salgado. […]