SHARED TERRITORY – Borderlands is an exploration of a landscape that has largely been misunderstood through the lens of distant media and political narratives. This is the story of the Camino del Diablo, a historic route connecting the border town of Sonoyta, Mexico, and Yuma, Arizona.
This film wouldn’t have been possible without the people who were willing the share their time and stories. We encourage everyone who watched this film to continue the journey into the Sonoran Desert and there’s no better way to start than through the work of the voices within this film.
Learn more about riding the area here.
SPECIAL THANKS TO:
- Tom Kiefer – Learn more about El Sueño Americano / The American dream and the various humanitarian organizations Tom supports.
- Richard Laurgharn – Richard continues his 30-year commitment to a few individual desert plants. You can find photographs of the Organ Pipe featured in the film here.
- Lorraine Eilier -Learn more about how you can help protect the landscape and culture of the Sonoran Desert.
- Bill Broyles – To learn more about the Sonoran Desert, or plan your own transit. Make sure to pick up a book from Bill too.
- The Town of Ajo – If you want to experience the Sonora desert by bike, make sure to start in Ajo.
- Sonoran Desert Conference Center – This is the place to stay.
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