FOLLOWING THE LANDMARK ROUTE TAKEN BY TWO RENOWNED NATURALISTS OVER A HUNDRED YEARS PRIOR, A GROUP OF PRESENT-DAY ADVENTURERS EMBARK ON AN EXPEDITION TO DOCUMENT THE BEAUTIFUL AND UNFORGIVING LANDSCAPE OF TODAY’S BAJA CALIFORNIA.
The Devil’s Road is very multifaceted. It is part historical documentary, a re-telling of Baja’s natural history, highlighting the significant work of Edward William Nelson and Edward Alphonso Goldman (two of Baja’s foremost naturalists) in this region, in a time when very little was known about Baja. We will be documenting 110-plus years of change on the peninsula, looking at its environmental, economic, and cultural implications. The film is also part journey through several crew members’ family history, as three of the frontrunners of the film are directly related to Edward A. Goldman.
At its core, The Devil’s Road is an adventure film and travel narrative that aims to entertain viewers, while also being educational, raising awareness about, and paying homage to a uniquely beautiful and inspiring place that is quickly becoming tarnished by the human footprint.
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