The cave paintings of Baja California by filmmaker John Knoop.
From Faultlines: A Nomad Filmmaker's Journal: Tim Means has discovered a fantastic old character named Tacho Arce in central Baja California. He calls and gives me an intriguing account of going into deep and remote canyons where mysterious cave paintings have been hidden for centuries. Why not make a film there? Tacho is related to many of the people who live in the region and has a string of mules to carry us and our equipment. Larry Reed and I are already planning to make a film together in Bali, so we might as well make this one first, as a warm up. One challenge is packing the gear so that it can travel safely by mule and is ready to work under dusty conditions. I figure out how to pack an ACL, three magazines, two lenses and batteries in a Halliburton pilot case, which is far smaller than any camera case. The practice I get packing light and tight for this trip will probably serve me well.