Documentary by Daniela Silva Solórzano
Production: Daniel Hernández, Louise Riousse 

Bombarded by images of the end of the world, a group of filmmakers, "The Detectives," embark on a road trip to the U.S. border. Their mission is to find Alicia, a young poet lost in Los Angeles. Along the way they encounter unknown people and territories that challenge their despair for the future.

Daniela Silva Solórzano (1992) is a Mexican director and producer and a graduate of Docnomads (Portugal, Belgium, Hungary), an international master's degree in documentary arts and direction. 

She has received support from FOPROCINE for feature film production and from IMCINE for project development. She was also selected at the Tribeca Film Institute TFI for the co-production and project pitching meeting and at DOCUNEXION, a documentary development workshop given in Mexico City and Germany by DOCS MX and DOK Fest. 

She has written and directed three films. The most recent Last Sunsets on Earth had its premiere at the Morelia International Film Festival (FICM) in 2023. 

The things I tell you (2022) was winner of best Mexican short film at FICM 2022, and attended different festivals such as La Semaine de la Critique at the Cannes Film Festival in 2023, Ambulante 2023, Bushwick Film Festival 2022, Black Canvas 2023. 

Donde se quedan las cosas (2018) premiered at the Guadalajara International Film Festival (FICG) and was also selected at the Muestra Internacional de cine de Bogotá /MIDBO.

Daniela produced the feature film Off The Road by José Permar which had its premiere at Visions du Réel (2020) and won the Interreligious Award. The film was selected in more than 20 international festivals, among others, Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival, United States / 2020, Official Selection; DOC NYC, United States / 2020, Official Selection; Los Cabos International Film Festival / 2020; MIRA - The Latin American Independent Film Festival, Germany /2020, Opening Film; Black Movie Festival, Switzerland /2021 Official Selection