Tlaloc is a slipstream fable set at a time of existential threat to life due to the slow collapse of natural ecosystems. Two people and a cat seek solace as the forces of nature threaten their worlds with fire and flood. Inspired by the myths of Mesoamerica, “Tlaloc” is a fluid narrative that reflects on humanity’s vanishing reverence for water in contemporary industrial societies.
Two people and a cat seek solace as nature threatens their worlds with fire and flood.
Austin Film Society Feature Film Production Grant Recipient 2020
Houston Arts Alliance Post Production SACI Grant Recipient 2022
Alejandro Sescosse (Co-Director) Born in Mexico City and a Texas resident for 25 years, Alejandro lives and works as a filmmaker in the Houston area.
Anna Veselova (Co-Director/Editor) Originally from Moscow, Anna moved to Houston, TX 12 years ago and is a photographer and filmmaker.