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Peyoteros: A Film by Eugenio Del Bosque Film & Theater

  • Mexic-Arte Museum
  • 419 Congress Avenue
  • Austin, TX 78701
  • July 25, 2018
    July 26, 2018
  • Time: 7:00 PM
  • Price: Free

Independent filmmaker, Eugenio Del Bosque has a mission to produce a deep, well-crafted documentary, telling a story with roots that go back for millennia and touches in the transcendental beyond the linear perception of time and space.

About the Film
Three Mexican-American men in South Texas are the only individuals left who can legally harvest and sell peyote in the United States. Traditionally known as Peyoteros, these men supply the sacred plant to members of the Native American Church with medicine for their sacrament. Supplies of the plant are dwindling, and demand continues to rise.

There will be a discussion immediately following the screening.

Peyoteros: A Film by Eugenio Del Bosque