The Brazilian film “It’s never nighttime in the map”, by Ernesto de Carvalho, is a poetic essay exploring the contradictions of a city and society by following a trail among the streets of Olinda through Google Street View. Urban violence, the surveillance state accompanying new technologies, and inequalities are easily identified, but neutralized by the “impartiality” of those who register and make them available.
When and Where
19:45 Itaú (Sala 2)
16:00 Cineplex (Sala 5)
Ernesto de Carvalho is a filmmaker, director of photography, and anthropologist. He has been a member of the Video in the Villages project for the last 10 years, where he has contributed in the formation of indigenous filmmakers. He is a co-director of Martírio (2016) alongside Vincent Carelli and Tita, and several other films.