Archive 2012

Filmes

Avé
Bulgaria
Konstantin Bojanov

Country Music
Chile/United States
Alberto Fuguet

Habana Muda
France
Eric Brach

Karen Cries in a Bus
Colombia
Gabriel Rojas Vera

Las Acacias
Argentina/Spain
Pablo Giorgelli

Blood of my Blood
Portugal
João Canijo

Snackbar
Netherlands
Meral Uslu

Southwest
Brazil
Eduardo Nunes

The Education
Germany
Dirk Lütter

Totem
Germany
Jessica Krummacher

Volcano
Iceland
Rúnar Rúnarsson

The Hyperwomen
Brazil
Carlos Fausto, Leonardo Sette e Takumã Kuikuro

Wanderers
Brazil/Argentina
Sergio Oliveira e Renata Pinheiro

Swirl
Brazil/Spain/Germany
Clarissa Campolina e Helvécio Martins Jr.

HU Enigma
Brazil
Pedro Urano e Joana Traub Csekö

All of God’s Creations
Brazil
André da Costa Pinto

Beast
Hungary
Attila Till

Could See a Puma
Argentina
Eduardo Williams

Cross-Country
France
Maryna Vroda

It’s Nothing
Canada
Nicolas Roy

Juku
Bolivia/Argentina
Kiro Russo

July 1st, An Unhappy Birthday
Hong Kong
Miao Li

Late and Deep
Norway
Devin Horan

External Memories of an Aliased Woman
Brazil
Eduardo Kishimoto

Mezanin
Croatia
Dalibor Matanic

Narcocorrido
United States
Ryan Prows

One Night with You
Canada
Jeanne Leblanc

Tomorrow Algiers
Algeria
Amin – Sidi-boumediène

Wind Session, Tiger Woman
United States
Paavo Hanninen

Family Affair
Brazil
Caru Alves de Souza

Dona Sônia Borrowed a Gun From her Neighbor Alcides
Brazil
Gabriel Martins

Between Us, Money
Brazil
Renan Rovida

By Your Side
Brazil
Marcelo Caetano

OMA
Brazil
Michael Wahrmann

Walt Disney Square
Brazil
Renata Pinheiro e Sergio Pinheiro

Barrel Organ
Brazil
Marcus Vinícius Vasconcelos

Pathway
Brazil
Diego Florentino

Between Us
Netherlands
Paloma Aguilera Valdebenito

Monika
Germany
Christian Werner

Beyond the Mountains
Portugal
Aya Koretzky

Lifeguard
Chile
Maite Alberdi

Either Way
Iceland/United Kingdom
Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurdsson

Gangster Project
Germany/South Africa
Teboho Edkins

Sign
Portugal
António Correia

I Am White Mercenary
Iraq
Taha Karimi

Look at me Again
Brazil
Claudia Proscilla e Kiko Goifman

Siberia
France
Joana Preiss

The Bird
France
Yves Caumon

The Sleeping Girl
Germany
Rainer Kirberg

Twiggy
France
Emmanuelle Millet

Journey to Portugal
Portugal
Sérgio Tréfaut

Vikingland
Spain
Xurxo Chirro

Buraco Negro
Brazil
Cinthia Marcelle e Tiago Mata Machado

Elegia
Brazil
Bárbara Felice e Tamíris Spinelli

Imprescindíveis
Brazil
Carlosmagno Rodrigues

Nuvem
Brazil
Avrore

O Amor em um Ato
Brazil
Arthur Tuoto

Sangre
Brazil
Cris Ventura

Trópico de Capricórnio
Brazil
Kika Nicoleta

Waning
Canada
Gina Haraszti

Unipixelated: One
Sweden
Anders Weberg

Shadows
United States
John Cassavetes

Faces
United States
John Cassavetes

A Woman Under Influence
United States
John Cassavetes

The Killing of a Chinese Bookie
United States
John Cassavetes

Opening Night
United States
John Cassavetes

Iván – Back to the Past
Brazil
Guto Pasko

In-Between
Brazil
Heloisa Passos

IN
Brazil
Bruno de Oliveira

The Discard
Brazil
Carlon Hardt, Lucas Fernandes

Dinossaur Eggs in the Living Room
Brazil
Rafael Urban

If you Let your Heart Fearlessly Beating
Brazil
Tamíris Spinelli

Júri

International Film Competition

Andrea Tonacci

Born in Roma, Italy. In 1953 he went to São Paulo, where lives until these days. He is a director producer, writer and director of photography. In 1970, he directed the classic feature film Bang Bang. He was the first one to use portable video equipments in Brazil and, between 1977 and 1984, he made a wide research about American Indian’s Culture. Also, he is a film language researcher and currently he is the Extrema Company’s director.

Eloísa Solaas

Graduated in Image and Sound Designer from Buenos Aires University, Eloisa Solaas has taken part in several films as a writer and assistant director. Since 2011 she is a member of the BAFICI’s artistic crew and, since 2007, a member of the committee selection and programmer. Also, she is a professor in several Colleges in Buenos Aires.

José Luis Torres Leiva

A Chilean diretor, José Luis Torres Leiva make importante short and independente films such as Ningún Lugar in Ninguna Parte (2004), Obrieras Salienda de la Fábrica (2005), Trance (2009), among others that have been screened in several international film festivals. El Cielo, la Tierra y La Lluvia, his first feature film the premiered in Rotterdam Film Festival in 2008, won the FICPRESCI Award. His second feature film, Verano, premiered on the section Orizzonti of the Venice Film Festival.

Brazilian Film Competition

Fernando Severo

He graduated in social communication – advertising from UFPR and post graduated in communication and culture from UTFPR. He won more than 60 awards as a short, medium length and feature film director, scriptwriter and editor, becoming one of the most important directors from Paraná State. Also, he is a cinema professor at FAP and PUCPR. Since 2011 he is the image and Sound Museum1s director in Paraná State.

Leonardo Cata Preta

Leonardo Cata Preta is 36 years old. He is na independente filmmaker, animator, ilustrator, designer and artist. O Céu no Andar de Baixo, his latest work as a diretor was screened in several international and Brazilian film festivals and won more than 30 awards in justo ne year. Currently he is producing his first fiction film, Até que Não Haja Mais Lugar, and also he is and art director in the first animated feature film from Minas Gerais State, Nimuendaju.

Lisa Chamie

Graduated and máster degree in music and philosophy from New York University. She worked during 10 years at the cinema department of the New York University. Her second feature film, A Via Láctea, world premiered in the Semaine International de la Critique in Cannes and screened in several film festivals. Also, she was a cinema professor at UFSCar and FAP.

Novo Olhar (Section New Views)

Adriano Del Duca

He graduated in sociology from UNESP and studies cinema at FAP. He was a researcher for a documentary film about cane cutters and agribusiness, coordinator of a documentary film workshop and cultural workshops of the São Paulo State and a Jr. committee selection’s member of the Festival do Minuto. He directed the short film Digito Ergo Sum that participated of the festival Claro Curtíssimo and produced the video at Tranquilidade na Clareira do Caos, directed by Hannah Diaz and Marcela Goellner.

Lucas Murari

He studies cinema at FAP and Works as a film academic researcher, about film and vídeo at Espaço de Arte. He wrote film reviews for the newspaper Ex-pressões, from Londrina, and for the website naoesqueci.com.br. Currently, he teaches documentary film theory and language cinema history, new media and image pedagogy for children.

Tomás Von der Osten

He studies cinema at FAP. He directed short films Vó Maria (2011), Miragem (2011) and Nem a Mim, Nem a Ti (2012) and wrote the screenplay Lá For a Está Tudo Calmo, a winner project of screenwriting competition of MinC/SAV. He was an editor of the films Intervalo (2010), Mimese (2010), Meio-Dia, Isabela (2011) and Coloridos (2011).

RPCTV Award (Mirada Paranaense)

Carlyle Ávila

Graduated in journalism from PUCRJ, he has master’s degrees in journalism from Navarra University (Spain), in strategic direction from Positivo University and in film and television business from Fundação Getúlio Vargas. He was a manager of production and journalism and currently he is the director of programming at the TV channel RPCTV.

Marcos Souza

Graduated in publicity and advertising, he studied screenplay at Instituto de Estudos de Televisão-RJ and International Film Academy of São Paulo. He started his professional career around 7 years ago. He worked in some film production companies and currently is a writer and assistant director of the TV serie Casos e Causos at the TV channel RPCTV.

Marcus Werneck

Graduated in Journalism from UniverCidade-RJ, he has a master’s degree in film and television business from Fundação Getúlio Vargas. He was a coordinator at the TV channel GNT, an events coordinator of the reality show Big Brother Brazil and currently he is a production manager and film director at the TV Channel RPCTV, where he has already directed more than 40 short films.

Curitiba_Lab

Seminários

Tecnologies and Workflows of Digital Cinema Production with Super 35mm Digital HD and 4K Cameras

A generaw view of Technologies and products for the production of digital cinema captured by using super 35mm sensors.

The Film and Its Audience

Why aren’t independent films able to achieve a suitable distribution? What is the vision of film audiences in Brazil? What are the strategies to release a film that is by the wayside of the dominant aesthetic sense?

Director, Languages and Alternative Ways of Production

With the arrival of digital technology and cheaper production, alternative ways of filmmaking have become common. But what are these days of working? Is it possible to identify, catalog and categorize them?

Distribution and Sale of Short and Feature Films

One of the major gap in national cinema production chain is distribution. Among the more than 160 feature films made every year in Brazil, one quarter of them comes to movie theaters, and out of these, few surpass the barrier of 100.000 spectators. What are the ways for international distribution?

Decentralization Policies for the Audiovisual Production

Given the continental size of Brazil and the concentration of financial resources, professional workforce and theaters in specific areas, the Federal Government is trying to decentralize the country’s public resources in order to allow the cultural production in different states and cities.