Quijeremá composes, records and produces music for documentary films. In 2009 their musical score was featured in the PBS film “Archeology of Memory: Villa Grimaldi en Tres Cantos”, which was a finalist in the International Documentary Association’s 2009 best Music Documentary category. Quique Cruz received the prestigious Oshita Composer Fellowship from the Djerassi Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts fellowship to compose the soundtrack for this film. The music was arranged and performed by Quijeremá and recorded at Quijeremá's own production studio. Other projects include Mark Eisner's film "Pablo Neruda: A Poet's Calling", Rick Tejada Flores' "The Road to Chulumani" and "Soledad’s Awakening", directed by Bay Area filmmaker Mabel Valdivieso.
Quique Cruz has collaborated with noted film Emmy Winner composer Mark Adler on the documentary film The Fall of Fujimori (2005 Sundance) and on the documentary film Chicano Park, directed by Oscar Nominee Marilyn Mulford. He has also been hired as a musical consultant for theater and has recorded music for TV—America's Cup (CBS) under the musical direction of Mickey Hart and films—Vibes (Columbia Pictures) under the musical direction of James Horner.
Quijeremá has an extensive collection of rare instruments from throughout Latin America that are used to create unique, innovative and original compositions and soundscapes for film.