“The Devil’s Road: A Baja Documentary” presented by Broken Wagon Films

In 1905, two American naturalists set out on horseback across the remote deserts of Baja California, Mexico. Their 2,000-mile expedition was the first of its kind to span the entire peninsula and complete a comprehensive survey of Baja's flora and fauna. Zig-zagging from coast to coast across the desolate interior, Edward William Nelson and Edward [...]

Join us on “The Devil’s Road”

“The Devil’s Road: A Baja Documentary” 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 [...]

Help us bring our documentary to the big screen!

Help us bring our documentary to the big screen!

"The Devil's Road: A Baja Documentary" 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 [...]

A Baja Documentary: “The Devil’s Road”

3,000 MILES | 110 YEARS | 3 GENERATIONS | 1 EPIC ADVENTURE 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. In 1905, two American naturalists set out on horseback [...]

The Devil’s Road, Episode 1: Isla Raza

Check out the new video from Broken Wagon Films' preliminary expedition. The video features the film's producer and scientific director as they explain the importance of this unique island in the Gulf of California, and the effect of climate change on resident bird populations--specifically the Heermann's gull and the elegant tern, where historically 90% of [...]