Ricardo SILVA (1984, Mexico) studied Sociology and has worked as a journalist with an interest in problems of violence. Silva made his first short film, Issbocet, in 2006. His feature film debut came eight years later with Navajazo (2014). Silva's second feature film, William, the New Judo Master (2006), has its international premiere at IFFR and was made in collaboration with Omar Guzmán.
Ricardo Silva at IFFR
William, el nuevo maestro del judo
What do the oldest tree in the world, the devil and singer William Clauson (La Bamba) have in common? In this docu-fiction on transience, directors Ricardo Silva and Omar Guzmán manage to make this a completely logical combination.