Dinazar Urbina Mata is originally from Tututepec, Oaxaca, Mexico. She is a graduate in Communication from the Metropolitan Autonomous University. Dinazar is the director of the documentary We Are Always Walking. She has ventured into the field of fiction with the short films Carrizos and Prologue and Epilogue. She has also participated in different productions in the editing, art, and production departments. She is currently producing the feature-length documentaries La Root de Mi Ombligo and Grieta.
“El pueblo,” as its inhabitants call Tututepec, Mexico, has many annual traditions and festivals where the food, dance, and music of the place symbolize that what was the first capital of Oaxaca refuses to be forgotten. This documentary tracks how residents have been forced to allow their Mixtec customs to be syncretized with the Catholic religion in order to meet the demands of the outside world.