• Garbology 101 Garbology 101
  • Soil Solutions to Climate Problems Soil Solutions to Climate Problems


Film Info
Director:Teresa Camou Guerrero
Year of Production:2015
Premiere Status:San Francisco Premiere
Topic:Future of Food
Climate Change
Running Time:80 min.


All advance online tickets for this show have now sold out. "Rush" tickets may be available at the venue 15 minutes before showtime.

Delving into the heart of the Mexican country, Teresa Camou Guerrero exposes the rich wisdom of a fast-disappearing rural tradition centered respectfully around maize, the country’s cultural and nutritional mainstay. Seen through the eyes of small, midsize, and large Mexican maize producers, Sunú knits together different stories from a world threatened by big business.

DISCUSSION WITH: Teresa Camou Guerrero, director (via Skype)

Community Partners:

Center for Food Safety | Consulate General of Mexico in San Francisco | Food Shift

Included Shorts

Garbology 101 (2min) More
Soil Solutions to Climate Problems (4min) More

Additional Information

Teresa Camou Guerrero is a producer/director with a BA in Visual Arts and Social Science from Bennington College. Along with Sunú (Teresa's first feature length film), she produced and directed two animation films: Tewe Chiva Nesero (2007) and El Entierro (2008). Teresa is founder and director of El Teatro Indígena de la Sierra Tarahumara, a puppet theatre company based in northern Mexico's Sierra Madre, known as the Sierra Tarahumara.