Curitiba Film Seminar

With a cinema language reflection and dialogues about that expression with the Society, the Cutitibal Film Seminar is free of charge and doesn’t need a previous submission. Subject to room stocking.

Meet the Programmers

08/06 (QUI) - 13h30
SESC Paço da Liberdade – Praça Generoso Marques

The team of curators and programmers of the Olhar de Cinema takes stock of the festival films, contextualizing them.

Aaron Cutler

Curator and American film critic based in São Paulo since 2010. Worked between 2012 and 2014 as programming assistant at the São Paulo International Film Festival. He curated retrospectives from filmmakers Lav Diaz (Mostra, 2013) and Kira Muratova (INDIE Festival, 2015). Together with Mariana Shellard, he curated retrospectives from filmmakers Heinz Emigholz (2015) and Thom Andersen (2016), both for the São Paulo Cultural Center and the Moreira Salles Institute - Rio de Janeiro.

Carol Almeida

Cultural journalist, film critic, student doctoral student of the postgraduate program in Communication at the Federal University of Pernambuco focused on the relationship between Cinema and Cities, and teacher at workshops on representation of women in cinema. It publishes in the site ww.foradequadro.com and writes sporadically on cinema for diverse means of communication of Brazil. She is part of Abraccine, the group of film critics Elviras and the collective Women of Audiovisual Pernambuco (Mape).

Eduardo Valente

Filmmaker, curator and film critic. He is currently the artistic director of the Brasilia Festival, the Brazilian delegate to the Berlin Festival and the academic coordinator of AIC-RJ. He has been an international advisor to ANCINE between 2011 and 2016. He is a member of the Olhar de Cinema and Guarnicê selection committees.

Carla Italiano

Carla Italiano - Master in Social Communication from UFMG with a degree in Cinema from UFSC. She was curator of Jonas Mekas retrospective (forumdoc.bh.2013) and Politics andWord section in the contemporary documentary (Sesc Palladium). She is part of the FestCurtas BH and Semana dos Realizadores selection committees. Since 2011 she has been a member of the collective Filmes de Quintal, through which she organizes the forumdoc.bh – Belo Horizonte Documentary and Ethnographic Film Festival.

Marisa Merlo

Graduated in cinema FAP/UNESPAR. She was a partner of Grafo Audiovisual (2008-2016). As an executive producer, she made some feature films, among them “O filho eterno” (2016), “Para minha amada morta” (2015) and “A gente” (2013), as well as several short films. She is an idealizer and was director of the Olhar de Cinema - FIC (2012-2016). She has also worked as a programmer at the Olhar de Cinema since 2012, as well as the Brasilia Film Festival (2016), Bienal do Cinema Sonoro (2017) and Cachoeira Doc (section com Mulheres, 2016).

Antônio Junior

Founder, Director General and Programming of the Olhar de Cinema – Curitiba International Festival. The films he produced received more than 150 awards at shows and festivals and were shown on broadcasters such “A Fábrica”, “A Gente”, “Circular”, “Tarântula” and “Para minha amada morta”. He is finalizing the series “Nóis por Nóis” and the feature film “Ferrugem”. He is co-producer of the film “Perro Negro” and “ Avó Dezanove e o Segredo do Soiviético”.

Adriano Garrett (mediador)

Graduated in Journalism, he is the founder and editor of the Cine Festivais website, which specializes in covering the universe of screenings and film festivals. Thinking about the intricacies of film selection and programming, he conducted interviews with curators at some of the major Brazilian festivals. As a reporter and film critic, he also collaborated with Opera Mundi.

Cinema of Invention

09/06 (SEX) - 13h30
SESC Paço da Liberdade – Praça Generoso Marques

Directors from different generations talk about Cinema of invention, irreverent and provocative films produced in the late sixties and early seventies, and their reverberations in contemporary productions.

Marisa Merlo (mediadora)

Graduated in cinema FAP/UNESPAR. She was a partner of Grafo Audiovisual (2008-2016). As an executive producer, she made some feature films, among them “O filho eterno” (2016), “Para minha amada morta” (2015) and “A gente” (2013), as well as several short films. She is an idealizer and was director of the Olhar de Cinema - FIC (2012-2016). She has also worked as a programmer at the Olhar de Cinema since 2012, as well as the Brasilia Film Festival (2016), Bienal do Cinema Sonoro (2017) and Cachoeira Doc (section com Mulheres, 2016).

Paulo Sacramento

Paulo Sacramento directed the feature films “O Prisioneiro da Grade de Ferro” (self-portraits) and “Riocorrente”. Mounted among other films “Cronicamente Inviável” and “Quanto Vale ou é por Quilo?” (Sérgio Bianchi), “É Proibido Fumar” (Anna Muylaert), “Chega de Saudade” (Laís Bodanzky), “Amarelo Manga” (by Cláudio Assis) and “Encarnação do Demônio” (José Mojica Marins). He is currently finishing “O Olho e a Faca”, his third feature as director.

Julio Calasso

He started working as an assistant director (1965). From the great “school” of TV Excelsior, plunged into the cinema: “O Bandido da Luz Vermelha” and “República da Traição” were his bases of learning towards. Executive producer, actor and director. His documentaries: Plínio “Marcos nas Quebradas do Mundaréu” and “Cine Teatro” are licensed for the Brazil channel and SESC TV.

Guto Parente

Guto Parente, 33 years old, has made seven short and 6 feature films – “Estrada para Ythaca” (2010), “Os Monstros” (2011), “No Lugar Errado” (2011), “Doce Amianto” (2013), “A Misteriosa Morte de Pérola” (2014) and “O Estranho Caso de Ezequiel” (2016). His films were screened in festivals such as Locarno, Rotterdam, Viennale, AFI, FidMarseille, among others. Today is finishing his 7th and 8th feature films – “O Clube dos Canibais” and “Inferninho”. He is partner of the production company Tardo Filmes.

Screenwriting for TV Series

10/06 (SAB) - 13h30
SESC Paço da Liberdade – Praça Generoso Marques

Important national writers, authors of works like Carcereiros and Supermax, talk about their
works and the TV market for writers.

Ana Johann

Ana Johann has directed and written four films. “A movie to Dirceu” (2012), her first length movie got a special mention in the 45° Festival de Brasília. In 2017, it took part in the event When East Meets West (WEMW), in Italy, with her first fiction length project “The same part of a man”.

Marçal Aquino

Marçal Aquino was born in Amparo, in the interior of São Paulo, in 1958. He is a journalist, writer and screenwriter of cinema and television. He published, among other books, the volume of short stories O amor e outros objetos pontiagudos, for which he received the Jabuti Prize in 2000, and the novel Eu receberia as piores notícias dos seus lindos lábios. His works have translations in Germany, Spain, France, Mexico, Portugal and Switzerland. He acted as a screenwriter of films like Os matadores, Ação entre amigos, O invasor and O cheiro do ralo. In television, he is co-author of the series Força-Tarefa (2009-2011), O caçador (2014), Supermax (2016) and Carcereiros (still unpublished), all shown by Rede Globo.

Dennison Ramalho

Dennison Ramalho is director and screenwriter of Cinema and TV. He co-edited, in collaboration with Marçal Aquino and Fernando Bonassi, the TV series Supermax and Carcereiros (TV Globo). Directed the shorts Nocturnu, Amor só de mãe, Ninjas e J is for Jesus. Co-scripted the feature Encarnação do Demônio (by José Mojica Marins) and Morto não fala (in co-authorship with Claudia Jouvin). He is currently writing the second season of Carcereiros TV series and finishing his debut feature film, Morto não fala.

Fernando Bonassi

Writer and screenwriter.

Ana Johann

Roteirista e cineasta, Ana Johann tem especialização em documentário pela Universidade de Barcelona e é Mestra em Comunicação e Linguagem pela Universidade Tuiuti do PR. Dirigiu e roteirizou quatro filmes. Um Filme para Dirceu (2012), seu primeiro longa-metragem, foi prêmio especial de júri no 45° Festival de Brasília de Cinema Brasileiro. “A mesma parte de um Homem”, em captação, será seu primeiro longa de ficção. Recentemente recebeu o prêmio de desenvolvimento Brasil−Itália da Ancine.

Marçal Aquino

Marçal Aquino nasceu em Amparo, no interior paulista, em 1958. É jornalista, escritor e roteirista de cinema e televisão. Publicou, entre outros livros, o volume de contos O amor e outros objetos pontiagudos, pelo qual recebeu, em 2000, o Prêmio Jabuti, e o romance Eu receberia as piores notícias dos seus lindos lábios. Tem obras traduzidas na Alemanha, Espanha, França, México, Portugal e Suíça. Atuou como roteirista de filmes como Os matadores, Ação entre amigos, O invasor e O cheiro do ralo. Na televisão, é coautor dos seriados Força-Tarefa (2009-2011), O caçador (2014), Supermax (2016) e Carcereiros (ainda inédito), todos exibidos pela Rede Globo.

Dennison Ramalho

Dennison Ramalho é diretor e roteirista de Cinema e TV. Co-roteirizou, em colaboração com Marçal Aquino e Fernando Bonassi, as séries SUPERMAX e CARCEREIROS (TV Globo). Dirigiu os curtas NOCTURNU, AMOR SÓ DE MÃE, NINJAS e J IS FOR JESUS. Co-roteirizou os longas ENCARNAÇÃO DO DEMÔNIO (de José Mojica Marins) e MORTO NÃO FALA (em co-autoria com Claudia Jouvin). Atualmente escreve a segunda temporada da série CARCEREIROS e finaliza seu longa-metragem de estreia na direção, MORTO NÃO FALA.

Fernando Bonassi

Roteirista e escritor.

Murnau’s Legacy

11/06 (DOM) - 13h30
SESC Paço da Liberdade – Praça Generoso Marques

The influence of the German master in the History of world cinema.

Neusa Barbosa

Journalist graduated from ECA-USP, with a post- -graduate degree in History of Art. Film critic since 1996. She worked in the magazines Veja S. Paulo and Bravo. Since 2000, she created and edited te website Cineweb (www.cineweb.com.br). She integrates Abraccine (The Brazilian Film Critics Association) and the collective group Elviras of critical women. Since 2006, she has been a member of the selection committee of É tudo verdade - IDF. She ministers courses of cinema in units of Sesc-SP.

Aaron Cutler (mediador)

Curator and American film critic based in São Paulo since 2010. Worked between 2012 and 2014 as programming assistant at the São Paulo International Film Festival. He curated retrospectives from filmmakers Lav Diaz (Mostra, 2013) and Kira Muratova (INDIE Festival, 2015). Together with Mariana Shellard, he curated retrospectives from filmmakers Heinz Emigholz (2015) and Thom Andersen (2016), both for the São Paulo Cultural Center and the Moreira Salles Institute - Rio de Janeiro.

Niles Atallah

Niles Atallah is a Chilean-American filmmaker and video artist who lives and works in Santiago, Chile. He was born in California in 1978. His first film “Lucía” premiered at the San Sebastián IFF, Zabaltegi New Directors in 2010. It was awarded the FIPRESCI Award at Cinelatino Toulouse and Best Chilean Director at the Valdivia IFF. In 2008, with artists Joaquín Cociña and Cristóbal León, he co-directed “Lucía, Luis y el lobo” shown in many festivals and exhibited at the Guggenheim Museum in New York in 2011.

Monica Delgado

Director of Desistfilm. A Peruvian film critic with an academic background in social communication and Cultural Studies. She has published differentarticles and essays about cinema in various online and printed magazines.

Masterclass Ignacio Agüero

11/06 (DOM) - 14h00
Espaço Itaú - Sala 02

Talk about the work of Chilean documentary filmmaker Ignacio Agüero: his aesthetic and
thematic influences, his creative process. Moderated by Carla Italiano.

Carla Italiano (mediadora)

Carla Italiano - Master in Social Communication from UFMG with a degree in Cinema from UFSC. She was curator of Jonas Mekas retrospective (forumdoc.bh.2013) and Politics and Word section in the contemporary documentary (Sesc Palladium). She is part of the FestCurtas BH and Semana dos Realizadores selection committees. Since 2011 she has been a member of the collective Filmes de Quintal, through which she organizes the forumdoc.bh – Belo Horizonte Documentary and Ethnographic Film Festival.

Ignacio Agüero

Filmography: El otro día (2012), El Diario de Agustín (2008), La Mamá de mi Abuela le contó a mi Abuela (2004), Aquí se construye (o ya no existe el lugar donde nací) (2000), Sueños de Hielo (1993), Cien niños esperando un tren (1988), Como me da la gana (1985), No Olvidar (1982).

Vlogger Critics

12/06 (SEG) - 13h30
SESC Paço da Liberdade – Praça Generoso Marques

Talk about the new tools for analysis, reflection and debate about movies.

Flavia Guerra (mediadora)

Flavia Guerra is a documentary filmmaker and journalist. She is editor of TelaTela (telatela.cartacapital.com.br) and columnist of cinema of the channel Art 1 and TV Bandeirantes. A graduate in Journalism from ECA, she has a Masters degree in Documentary Direction from the University of London. He was assistant director of “ O Caminhão do Meu Pai “ (pre-finalist to the Oscar 2015, of Maurício Osaki), directed “Karl Max Way” (awarded in the É tudo verdade), she wrote and narrated the series Brazil “Visto do Céu“, Gullane Films and French Art.

Luísa Clasen

Luisa Clasen (Lully) was born in Rio de Janeiro and lived in Curitiba since childhood. In 2011, he created the channel Lully de Verdade, where she exposes her opinion on cultural themes and is a reference in the cinema segment. She holds a degree in Cinema and Video from the Faculty of Arts of Paraná, has taken a course in Continuity at the International Academy of Cinema and TV and also studied Filmmaking at the New York Film Academy.

Joyce Pais

Journalist, film critic, postdoctoral degree in Digital Media, worked in the newspaper O Estado de S. Paulo and the Museu da Pessoa. Creator and editor-in-chief of the Cinemascope portal, a columnist for Revista Moviement, a member of the collective group Elviras - Film Critics Women, she has lectured at CONACINE, was a member of several national festival juries such as CineramaBC, Mix Brasil, É Tudo Verdade and Kinoforum. She currently directs and scripts a documentary about women in Brazilian cinema.

Vitor Búrigo

Graduated in Film and Video from UNISUL, in SC. He worked in TV, radio and cinema, acting in several functions, in stations such as Record, SBT and Jovem Pan, as well as in production companies. In 2013, he created the CINEVITOR program on YouTube, where he talks about cinema, through a variety of topics, with interviews with directors, actors and festival coverage. In January of 2014 put on the site CINEVITOR, expanding the way of talking about the seventh art and counts on more than 15 thousand followers in the social networks.

Masterclass Anocha Suwichakornpong

12/06 (SEG) - 14h00
Espaço Itaú - Sala 02

Talk about the work of Thai director Anocha Suwichakornpong: her aesthetic and thematic
influences, her creative process. Moderated by Aaron Cutler.

Aaron Cutler (mediador)

Curator and American film critic based in São Paulo since 2010. Worked between 2012 and 2014 as programming assistant at the São Paulo International Film Festival. He curated retrospectives from filmmakers Lav Diaz (Mostra, 2013) and Kira Muratova (INDIE Festival, 2015). Together with Mariana Shellard, he curated retrospectives from filmmakers Heinz Emigholz (2015) and Thom Andersen (2016), both for the São Paulo Cultural Center and the Moreira Salles Institute - Rio de Janeiro.

Anocha Suwichakornpong

Anocha became the first Thai director to have a short film selected for Cannes with ‘Graceland’. Her first feature film “Mundane History” has won several awards abroad, including the Tiger Award at Rotterdam. Her film “By the Time It Gets Dark” premiered in Locarno in 2016.

Elviras – Women Cinema Critics Collective Group

13/06 (TER) - 13h30
SESC Paço da Liberdade – Praça Generoso Marques

Discussion about the insertion of women in cinematographic criticism and on the female
view for films directed by women and men.

Neusa Barbosa (mediadora)

Journalist graduated from ECA-USP, with a post-graduate degree in History of Art. Film critic since 1996. She worked in the magazines Veja S. Paulo and Bravo. Since 2000, she created and edited the website Cineweb (www.cineweb.com.br). She integrates Abraccine (The Brazilian Film Critics Association) and the collective group Elviras of critical women. Since 2006, she has been a member of the selection committee of É tudo verdade - IDF. She ministers courses of cinema in units of Sesc-SP.

Emanuela Siqueira

Master student in Literary Studies, she never stops thinking about the cinema in everything she reads and thinks. She has written about cinema since 2008 and currently collaborates with the Quadro por Quadro website. Mediador do Leia Mulheres in Curitiba is also part of the Women and Cultural Production group at UFPR.

Maria do Rosario Caetano

Maria do Rosário Caetano holds a degree in Communication and Literature from the University of Brasília (UnB). She is part of the Revista de Cinema team. In 97, he published the book “Cinema LatinoAmericano Entrevistas e Filmes” (Ed. Est. Liberdade). Among several other projects, he participated in the research team of the “Enciclopédia do Cinema Brasileiro” (Ed. Senac). She is a member of Abraccine (The Brazilian Film Critics Association) and collaborated with the book “100 Melhores Filmes Brasileiros “ (Ed. Letramento).

Amanda Aouad

She is a researcher, a screenwriter and a film critic. She is a member of the Brazilian Film Critics Association (Abraccine), the collective group Elviras and also an editor of the CinePipocaCult website (affiliated with Aratu Online Portal), she is a PhD student in Contemporary Communication and Culture (Poscom/UFBA), a film specialist by UCSal and a professional screenwriter. She is also a columnist for CineMagazine magazine, professor of Audiovisual at Ibes College and the UFBA extension program - “Estação do Drama”.

Book release Bernardet 80 – Impact and Influence in Brazilian Cinema

13/06 (TER) - 16h00
SESC Paço da Liberdade – Praça Generoso Marques

This work, written by Ivonete Pinto and Orlando Margarido, deals with the critical performance of the long-time, prolific and active film thinker Jean-Claud Bernardet, demonstrating the ramifications and influences of his thought in national cinematographic production through articles written by filmmakers, academics and researchers.

Orlando Margarido

Journalist, is critical of cinema and fine arts. Acted in the magazines Visão, Veja SP and Carta Capital, besides the newspapers Diário do Grande ABC and Gazeta Mercantil. He is part of the festival’s selection committee It’s All True. He wrote to the Official Press “ Ser Ator – Antonio Petrin “. He collaborated in the book Manoel de Oliveira (2005). He is one of the authors of 100 Melhores Filmes Brasileiros and one of the organizers of Bernardet 80 – Impacto e Influência no Cinema Brasileiro. He is vice president of Abraccine.