Archive 2019

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Brazil
Letícia Simões

Landless
Brazil
Camila Freitas

Again Once Again
Argentina
Romina Paula

Let It Burn
Brazil
Maíra Bühler

Between Two Waters
Spain
Isaki Lacuesta

Midnight Family
United States, Mexico
Luke Lorentzen

Etangs Noirs
Belgium
Pieter Dumoulin, Timeau De Keyser

Still Recording
France
Ghiath Ayoub, Saeed Al Batal

Tel Aviv on Fire
Belgium, France, Israel, Luxembourg
Sameh Zoabi

Present.Perfect
China, United States
Shengze Zhu

Those Who Desire
Spain, Switzerland
Elena López Riera

Shortcuts
Ecuador
Daniela Delgado Viteri

Aziza
Lebanon, Syria
Kaadan Soudade

Entropia
Hungary
Flóra Anna Buda

In Case of Fire
Portugal
Tomás Paula Marques

A Gift
Indonesia
Aditya Ahmad

Seven Years in May
Brazil
Affonso Uchôa

Thinya
Brazil
Lia Letícia

Lands of the Sea
Argentina, Chile
Azucena Losana

The Hidden City
Spain
Victor Moreno

The Yellow Night
Brazil
Ramon Porto Mota

Domains
Japan
Natsuka Kusano

Just Don’t Think I’ll Scream
France
Frank Beauvais

MS Slavic 7
Canada
Deragh Campbell, Sofia Bohdanowicz

Taking the Horse to Eat Jalebis
India
Anamika Haksar

The White Color
Brazil
Afonso Nunes

Ash and Ember
France
Manon Ott

Daniel
France
Atlan Marine

While We Are Here
Brazil
Clarissa Campolina, Luiz Pretti

Your Turn
Brazil
Eliza Capai

Up the Mountain
China
Yang Zhang

Indianara
Brazil
Aude Chevalier-­Beaumel, Marcelo Barbosa

At Jolie Coiffure
Belgium
Rosine Mbakam

Pahokee
United States
Ivete Lucas, Patrick Bresnan

Second Time Around
Belgium, Norway
Dora García

A Wild Stream
Mexico
Nuria Ibáñez Castañeda

Winter’s Night
South Korea
Jang Woo-­Jin

Aurora
Cuba
Everlane Moraes

The King Crab
Brazil
Enock Carvalho, Matheus Farias

In the Mouth of the Mine
Cuba
Brandán Cerviño

Polis
Brazil
Rafael Baptista

Breakwater
Brazil
Cris Lyra

Sabá
Brazil
Sérgio de Carvalho

Pressed, Ripped Apart
Brazil
Fabio Rodrigues da Silva Filho

A Story from Africa
Portugal
Billy Woodberry

Blessed Land
Vietnam
Phan Ngoc Lân

Enclosed
Spain
Sol Prado

Instructions on How to Make a Film
United States
Nazli Dinçel

Laugh Lines
Switzerland
Patricia Wenger

Make It Soul
France
Jean­-Charles Mbotti Malolo

Omarska
France
Varun Sasindran

Walkabout
Australia, United Kingdom
Nicolas Roeg

Singin’ in the Rain
United States
Gene Kelly, Stanley Donen

Getting to Know the Big Wide World
USSR
Kira Muratova

Daughters of the Dust
United States
Julie Dash

Memoirs of Prison
Brazil
Nelson Pereira dos Santos

The Conformist
Germany, France, Italy
Bernardo Bertolucci

Funeral Parade of Roses
Japan
Toshio Matsumoto

Vagabond
France
Agnès Varda

Oh, Sun
France, Mauritania
Med Hondo

PROGRAMME GERMAINE DULAC
Those Who Make Themselves
Spanish Dances
The Cigarette

France
Germaine Dulac

Reminiscences of a Journey to Lithuania
United States, Lithuania
Jonas Mekas

Casa Roshell
Chile, Mexico
Camila José Donoso

Naomi Campbel
Chile
Camila José Donoso, Nicolás Videla

Nona – If They Soak Me, I’ll Burn Them
Brazil, Chile, South Korea, France
Camila José Donoso

Ninouche
France
Valérie Massadian

Dreams of Ice
Chile
Ignacio Agüero

T.R.A.P.
Argentina
Manque La Banca

The Woman With Her Own Light
Brazil
Sinai Sganzerla

The Portuguese Woman
Portugal
Rita Azevedo Gomes

Seduction of the Flesh
Brazil
Júlio Bressane

A Bread Factory
United States
Patrick Wang

Wolf Mouth
Brazil
Bárbara Cabeça

Dyketactics
United States
Barbara Hammer

Double Strength
United States
Barbara Hammer

Latifundium
Brazil
Érica Sarmet

Untitled #5: A Tune of Nones at Noon
Brazil
Carlos Adriano

Vever (For Barbara)
United States, Guatemala
Deborah Stratman

X-Manas
Brazil
Clarissa Ribeiro

The Divisions of Nature
France
Raúl Ruiz

The Double Day
Argentina, Bolivia, United States, Mexico
Helena Solberg

The Hyphotesis of the Stolen Painting
France
Raúl Ruiz

The Suspended Vocation
France
Raúl Ruiz

Three Crowns of the Sailor
France
Raúl Ruiz

Dialogues of Exiles
Chile, France
Raúl Ruiz

Of Great Events and Ordinary People
France
Raúl Ruiz

These Are the Weapons
Mozambique, Portugal
Murilo Salles

Fragments of Exiles
Brazil
Silvio Tendler

Midday
Brazil
Helena Solberg

Memoirs of a Strangler of Blondes
Brazil
Júlio Bressane

Mueda, Memory and Massacre
Mozambique
Ruy Guerra

No Time for Tears
Chile
Luiz Sanz, Pedro Chaskel

Der Leone Have Sept Cabeças
France, Italy
Glauber Rocha

The Crazy Small Army
Brazil
Lúcia Murat, Paulo Adário

On Top of the Whale
Chile
Raúl Ruiz

Three Sad Tigers
Chile
Raúl Ruiz

Un Séjour
Brazil
Carlos Diegues

Pinhão
Brazil
Andréia Kaláboa

Apnea
Brazil
Carol Sakura, Walkir Fernandes

A Couple
Brazil
William de Oliveira

Queer-bomb
Brazil
Renan de Cillo

Creatively Out of Order
Brazil
Natacha Oleinik

This Land Will Not End
Brazil
Matias Dala Stella

Frontiers/Guaíra
Brazil
Juliana Sanson

Cursed
Brazil
Laysa Machado

Mirror Mirror on the Wall
Brazil
Igor Urban

Sun Inside
Brazil
Jo Serfaty

Alma
Colombia
Santiago León Cuéllar

Circuit
Switzerland
Delia Hess

Waterproof Wick
Brazil
Higor Gomes

Kids
Switzerland
Michael Frei

Lily’s Hair
Brazil
Raphael Gustavo da Silva

The Juggler
Brazil
Iuri Moreno

Puppet
Belgium
Thimothée Crabbé

Dry Fly
Spain
Rut Juan

BLACKN3SS
Brazil
Diego Paulino

The Great Love of a Wolf
Brazil
Kennel Rogis

Vivi Wolf and the Magical Room
Brazil
Isabelle Santos, Edu MZ Camargo

The Blue Flower of Novalis
Brazil
Gustavo Vinagre, Rodrigo Carneiro

Bimi Shu Ykaya
Brazil
Isaka Huni Kuin, Siã Huni Kuin, Zezinho Yube Huni Kuin

Block
Brazil
Quentin Delaroche, Victoria Alvares

Waiting for the Carnival
Brazil
Marcelo Gomes

Island
Brazil
Ary Rosa, Glenda Nicácio

Before Yesterday
Brazil
Caio de Nobrega Franco

I’d Prefer Not To Be Identified
Brazil
Juliana Muniz

An Assay on Absence
Brazil
David Aynan

Wandering Flesh
Brazil
Grace Passô, Ricardo Alves Jr

Júri

Competitive

Alberto Ramos

Film critic and festival programmer with articles published in several publications and compilations. He has covered festivals such as Cannes, Venice, San Sebastian, Montreal, Freiburg, Rotterdam, Toronto, and Berlin, and many times as an official member of the jury. He taught Cuban cinema at the Sarah Lawrence College in New York. In 2010, he organized a retrospective on the African diaspora in Cuba for the Tarifa-Tangier African Film Festival. Since 2005, he has been a programmer at the Havana Film Festival, responsible for editing the catalog and, more recently, coordinating the festival’s theoretical events.

Flavia Candida

Flavia Candida is a curator, filmmaker, and producer with a BA in Cinema from the Fluminense Federal University (UFF), where she directed the short film ‘O Metro Quadrado’, winner of the Special Jury Award at the Brasilia Festival in 2002. She began her career as a programmer in the mid-1990s at Cine Arte UFF and coordinated for over 15 years the Brazilian Festival of College Films. She collaborates in the programming and curatorship of several festivals and exhibitions such as Curta Cinema, Rio Festival, São Paulo International Short Film Festival, Goiânia Mostra Curtas, Vitória Cine Vídeo, and 21st Century: Women, Action! As a project analyst and consultant, she works in the selection of laboratories such as BR Lab, Platforma Lab, ICUMAM Lab, and as a consultant for the Curta Cinema 2015 Projects Laboratory and selection in 2018.

Rita Azevedo Gomes

Rita Azevedo Gomes is a versatile and independent filmmaker exploring new forms of expression. Since the 1970s her activities encompass areas such as Theater, Opera, Graphic Design, and Cinema. She worked alongside João Bénard da Costa at the Service Cinema of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation and at the Portuguese Cinematheque –Cinema Museum. She has received critical acclaim and awards for her films in several countries and Festivals – Locarno, Venice, Montreal, Rotterdam, Bafici, Buenos Aires, Turin, Viennale, Jeonju, Doc Lisboa, Marseille, Cinesul Rio, Japan, etc. She currently works in the Permanent Programming Department of the Portuguese Cinematheque–Cinema Museum.

New Views / Brazilian Views

Daniel Kasman

Daniel Kasman is the Director of Content of MUBI. He is based in New York.

Javier Garcia Puerto

He is a director of Festival REC (Tarragona) and Film Programmer at Tallinn Black Nights IFF (Spain).

Sarah-Tai Black

Sarah-Tai Black is a film programmer, arts curator, and writer living in Toronto. She is the Programming Coordinator at Images Festival and works as a member of TIFF’s festival programming team. Sarah-Tai is also one of the Directors at The Royal Cinema where she programs a monthly series called Black Gold. Her writing has been published by numerous outlets, including The Globe and Mail, Cinema Scope, MUBI Notebook, TIFF’s The Review, and Cléo Journal. She is committed to intersectional feminist practices within the arts and her work focuses heavily on the representation and experiences of black, queer, and body positive communities.

Other Views

André Félix is a master’s student in Communication and Culture at the Federal University of Bahia and a filmmaker. He directed the short films ‘A Cor do Fogo e A Cor da Cinza’ and ‘Valentina’ and co-wrote the feature film ‘Entreturnos’. ‘Diante dos Meus Olhos’ is his first feature film as director.

Patrícia Machado

Researcher. Professor in the Communication Course (Cinema) at PUC-Rio. She holds a PhD in Communication and Culture from ECO-UFRJ with a doctoral stay at the Université Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris III.

Raúl Camargo

Raúl Camargo, Chilean festival programmer and professor, joined the programming team of the FICValdivia festival in 2007, becoming its director in 2014. He has written articles for respected periodicals, including La Fuga, Fuera de Campo, Otros Cines, and Hambre Cine. He lectures in film history at a number of Chilean universities.

Prêmio AVEC-PR

Laís Melo

In 2016, she directed her first short film, ‘Tentei’, awarded best film, photography, and acting at the 50th Brazilian Brasilia Film Festival, among others. She is currently concluding her second short film, ‘Me Deixei Alí’, winner of PROAV 2017. In partnership with Jandir Santin, her screenwriting project ‘Alvorada’ was approved at the 12th Rucker Vieira Screenplay Contest. Laís is a web editor for the newspaper Brasil de Fato, community educator in cinema, and master’s student in Cinema and Arts at the Faculty of Arts of Paraná-Unespar.

Letícia Simões

Letícia Simões majored in Communication from PUC-Rio and studied Screenwriting and Documentary at the London Academy of Film, Media and TV, and Visual Arts at the London Art Academy. She holds a master’s degree in Cinema-Essay from the School of Cinema and Television of San Antonio de Los Baños, Cuba and a master’s degree in Contemporary Art Studies from the Fluminense Federal University. She teaches Documentary Screenwriting at the Hélio Alonso College and at the Darcy Ribeiro Film School. In 2019, she is a guest artist of the Instituto Sacatar, an artistic residency program between Holland and Brazil, based in Itaparica Island.

Virgínia Flores

A professor and researcher in the Cinema and Audiovisual Course at the Federal University for Latin American Integration – UNILA. She graduated in Industrial Design from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (1999), holds a Master’s Degree in Music from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (2006) and a PhD in Multimedia from Unicamp (2013. In 1989, she began to edit movies, receiving a Best Editing award at the 29th Brasilia Film Festival with the feature film ‘Pequeno Dicionário Amoroso’ directed by Sandra Werneck and at the 30th edition of the same festival with ‘Miramar’ by Júlio Bressane. In 2004, she won the Arts Vitae Scholarship to develop the research ‘The Film Sound’. As a professor, she teaches editing, audiovisual preservation, and experimental cinema.

Curitiba_Lab

The Odyssey of Obà

screenplay
Myrza Muniz
Vânia Matos

direction
Myrza Muniz

production
Vânia Matos

production company
Laranjeiras Filmes & Fruto Conteúdo

New World

screenplay
Pedro Giongo

direction
Pedro Giongo

production
Fran Camilo

production company
Metafixa Produções

I see you, future

screenplay
Alice Riff
Vanessa Fort

direction
Alice Riff
Vanessa Fort

production
Alice Riff
Vanessa Fort

production company
Studio Riff

Tempest

screenplay
Alice Name-Bomtempo

direction
Alice Name-Bomtempo

production
Amanda Kadobayashi

production company
Ritornelo

Tectonic Love

screenplay
Will Domingos

direction
Will Domingos

production
Aline Mazzarella

production company
Estúdio Giz

Thales and the Wolf

screenplay
Enock Carvalho
Matheus Farias

direction
Enock Carvalho
Matheus Farias

production
Enock Carvalho
Matheus Farias

production company
Gatopardo Filmes

Seminários

Programming Team of the 8th Olhar de Cinema

An open conversation with the curators of the eighth edition of Olhar de Cinema about this year’s selections, films, and events.

Conversation with A Feast of Coutinho

A conversation with the crew of the opening film of the 8 th Olhar de Cinema.

Conversation with the films Let It Burn and Your Trun

A chat with the crews of the feature films that premiered at the festival.

Conversation with the films Sun Inside and The Woman of the Own Light

A chat with the crews of the feature films that premiered at the festival.

3rd Parana Forum for Cinema and Theater Spaces: Curatorship and Programming

The challenges in programming public cinema spaces. How to engage the viewer in times of changing consumer behavior.

3rd Parana Forum for Cinema: Audiovisual Policies

Diagnostics and perspectives for the audiovisual industry in the state of Paraná.

Conversation with the films Block and Home

A chat with the crews of the feature films that premiered at the festival.

Conversation with the films Taking the Horse to Eat Jalebis and Etangs Noirs

A chat with the crews of the feature films that premiered at the festival.

3rd Parana Forum for Cinema: Audiovisual Public Education

A panorama on teaching cinema and television in the state. How to ensure a comprehensive and critical education for students.

Conversation with the films The Prtuguese Woman and Waiting for Carnival

A chat with the crews of the feature films that premiered at the festival.

Conversation with the films The White Color and The Yellow Night

A chat with the crews of the feature films that premiered at the festival.

Abraccine Release: Cinema Criticism in Brazil

Some of the authors talk about the state of film criticism in their respective states and about film criticism itself.

Conversation with the films Indianara and Landless

A chat with the crews of the feature films that premiered at the festival.

Conversation with the films Bimi Shu Ikaya and The Hidden City

A chat with the crews of the feature films that premiered at the festival.

Conversation with the film Again Once Again

A chat with the crew of the feature film that premiered at the festival.

Raúl Ruiz and the Dialogues of Exile

A conversation regarding the films and themes of this year's Retrospective Section, which places the films of Chilean filmmaker Raúl Ruiz in dialogue with films directed by exiled Brazilian directors.

Conversation with the films The Blue Flower of Nosalis and While We Are Here

A chat with the crews of the feature films that premiered at the festival.

Open Talk with Camila José Donoso

A free and open talk with the public in which the filmmaker highlighted in this year’s Focus section discusses her cinematic origins and her self-styled “transfictional” approach to filmmaking. The talk will also include screenings of the short films Camino Gris (2011) and Nona (2014) – both from Camila José Donoso – and As the Flames Rose (2012), directed by João Rui Guerra da Mata.