Accompanied by film producers Jorge Aragon (Infelices para Siempre), Andrés Diaz (A la Carta), and Arizona Office of Film & Digital Media Director Matthew Earl Jones, Puerto Peñasco mayor Kiko Munro emphasized national and international interest in the area as a film destination.
The mayor further highlighted that Puerto Peñasco is becoming more popular for both big and small screen productions, thanks to the natural settings, great light, and impressive hotel and resort infrastructure the destination has to offer.
Mayor Munro thanked producers for the ongoing interest to film and promote Puerto Peñasco through movies and TV series, noting it has already been featured in recent movies and television series, including the upcoming films “Sonora”, and “Jappy Days”, and in series such as Fox’s “Run Coyote Run”, Netflix’s “Yankee” Puerto Peñasco has also been part of HGTV’s “House Hunter’s International” and other documentaries for National Geographic.
Puerto Peñasco is popular given its magnificent sunsets and majestic natural environments situated between the desert and the Sea of Cortez, which is why it continues to attract both national and international attention.
As the mayor explained: “We have great services, infrastructure, and can also facilitate everything these big film productions need, and we are providing positive results when it comes to promotion.”
Joining the mayor and film producer Jorge Aragón in the conversation was renowned Mexican actor Adrían Uribe, lead in the upcoming film “Infelices para siempre”, performing alongside Consuelo Duval, Livia Brito, Ari Telch, Angélica Aragón, and Luis Arrieta, among others.