The film Industrial Mexico (1923) is a unique Mexican cinematographic heritage. This is a living proof of the processes of textile production of one of the most important industries of the country, in the boom of the industrialization, the yarns, fabrics and details of Metepec Cotton Factory.
The Atlixco Industrial Company S. A. carried out the production of the film, with the aim of promoting the quality of the national textiles production abroad. For several years the film was lost, however, two decades ago the Department of Historical Research of the Workers Movement (DHMO) rescued it and now is part of the Historical Archive of the Benemérita Autonomous University of Puebla (BUAP). It is in 2017 when the BUAP invites Cabezas de Cera (CDC) to compose an original music score.