2018/07/31

School Programs

School program 01

IN SEARCH OF LÉLIA

Documentary | Color | 15 ‘ | 2017 | Brazil

Directed by Beatriz Vieirah | Executive Producer: Daniela Fernandes | Screenplay: Beatriz Vieirah | Cinematography: Heloisa França | Production Director: Mateus Souza e Silva | Editing: Poliana Costa | Color Correction: Tache de Souza | Sound: Gabriela Palha, Tomaz Griva Viterbo de Oliveira and Ary Rosa Duarte | Sound Design: Maxsuel Fernandes | Cast: Eliane de Almeida, Rubens Rufino, Januário Garcia, Conceição Evaristo, Kabengele Munanga, Elizabeth Viana, Jane Thome, Jurema Batista, Rosália Lemos, Dulce Maria Pereira, Matheus Aleluia.

Synopsis: Lélia Gonzalez. Following in the footsteps of that name, I begin the quest for my ancestry and for portraying it. Professor and anthropologist, woman in front of her time, protagonist in the militancy with the Black Movement in the years 1970/1980, during which she toured several cities and countries – always affirming her identity and denouncing the myth of racial democracy. A symbol of resistance and the struggle for the rights of indigenous people, blacks and women. The affections of Lélia guide me through every walk.

MESSENGER OF THE FUTURE

Documentary | Color | 12’13 “| 2016 |

Directed by Graciela Guarani | Production: Collective | Screenplay: Graciela Guarani | Assistant Director: Clemerson Batista | Cinematography: Diana Davilã | Editing: Alexandre Pankararu | Sound: Crislan Benites and Jade Reginaldo | Original Soundtrack: Kaiowá Song

Synopsis: Mba’eicha Nhande Rekova’erã, which in Portuguese, means Messenger of the Future, makes a brief cut of some pertinent and urgent issues in one of the most populous indigenous reservations of the country, traversing the narratives and wise expectations of the Nhanderu, Nhandesy and about their realities.

PERIPATÉTICO

Fiction | Color | 15 ‘| 2017 | Brazil

Directed by Jessica Queiroz | Executive Production: Jéssica Queiroz | Production Management: Nayana Ferreira | Screenplay: Ananda Radhika | Cinematography: Luiz Augusto Moura | Editing: Ana Julia Travia | Production Design: Dicezar Leandro | Larissa Noel, Maria Sol, Alex de Jesus, Mirian Lima, Joice Teixeira, Stefani Mota, Maria Fanchin and Renata Alves, Daniel Viana, Rodney Magalhães and Wesley Monteiro

Synopsis: Simone, Thiana and Michel are three young people from the outskirts of São Paulo. Simone is looking for her first job, Thiana tries to pass the busy medical exam, and Michel still does not know what to do. Amidst the demands of early adulthood, a historic event in May 2006 in the city of São Paulo changes the course of their lives forever.

TALKING HEADS

Documentary | Color | 19’53 “| 2017 | Brazil

Directed by Natasha Rodrigues | Production: Eduardo Oliveira | Screenplay: Natasha Rodrigues  | Cinematography: Bruno Costa | Production Design: Hugo Mariano | Sound: Eddy Andrade | Original Soundtrack: Diogo Nazareth | Sound Editing: Eddy Andrade | Montage: Kellen Corrêa | Editing: Kellen Corrêa | Cast: O’Rosa Rodrigues

Synopsis: The short film Talking Heads portrays the experience of young black students in a public university. In a mixture of fictional situations with interviews, the documentary represents a form of social inadequacy that appears to be subtle externally, but which explodes internally in the heads of these subjects. In a sensitive way, the film brings a heavy conflict between voices of prejudice and stigmatization and the desire to occupy university space.

 

School Program 02

AUNT CIATA

Documentary | Color | 26 ‘| 2017 | Brazil

Directed by Mariana Campos and Raquel Beatriz | Executive Production: Mariana Campos | Screenplay: Mariana Campos and Raquel Beatriz | Production Director: Ana Beatriz Silva | Cinematography: Karen Ferreira and Eric Paiva | Editing: Raquel Beatriz | Sound: Amanda Moraes, Raquel Lázaro and Vilson Almeida | Sound Design and Mixing: Raquel Lázaro

Synopsis: Aunt Ciata is a short documentary that approaches the female protagonism black from the perspective of Hilaria Batista de Almeida, Aunt Ciata, a woman of great importance for Brazilian history and culture.

MARÉ

Documentary | Color | 21’30 “| 2018 | Brazil

Directed by Amaranta Cesar | Executive Producer and Production Director: Elen Linth | Screenplay: Amaranta Cesar | Cinematography: Danilo Scaldaferri | Sound Editing and Design: Marina Mapurunga | Editing: Danilo Scaldaferri | Color Correction: Adriano Oliveira | Cast: Érica Batista, Clarice Santos, Patrícia Santos, Suelen Oliveira

Synopsis: In a quilombo of Bahia, three generations of women are divided between the impulse to leave and the will to stay, the uncertainty of the future and the strength of ancestry.

TEKOHA – SOUND OF THE EARTH

Documentary | Color | 20 ‘| 2017 | Brazil

Directed by Valdelice Veron (Xamiri Nhupoty) and Rodrigo Arajeju | Executive Production: Isadora Stepanski and Rodrigo Arajeju | Screenplay: Valdelice Veron and Rodrigo Arajeju | Cinematography: Alan Schvarsberg | Sound: Camila Machado | Production Design: Valdelice Veron | Costume Designer: Tekoha Takuara Women | Production Coordination: Isadora Stepanski (DF) and Rodrigo Arajeju (MS) | Editing: Sergio Azevedo | Sound Editing and Mixing: Maurício Fonteles and Marco Rezende | Original Soundtrack: Magda Pucci | Kaiowa Chanting: Nhandesy the Tekoha Takuara | Cast: Arami Veron, Gentleman Carmen Julia Veron, Veron and Valdelice People Kaiowa the Tekoha Takuara.

Synopsis: Our mothers lead the resumption of Tekoha Takuara for our way of being and living – nhande reko. Agrobusiness advances on indigenous bodies-land in Mato Grosso do Sul. The struggle to regain the holy land, the essence of life in our worldview. Mourning for the genocide Kaiowa and Guarani in Brazil.

THE AFRICA THAT I IMAGINE

Documentary | Color | 12 ‘| 2017 | Brazil

Directed by Éthel Oliveira, Janaína Oliveira, Ludimilla Carvalho, Natália Lopes, Raquel Santana | Production: Éthel Oliveira, Janaína Oliveira, Ludimilla Carvalho, Natália Lopes, Raquel Santana | Screenplay: Natália Lopes e Éthel Oliveira | Cinematography: Éthel Oliveira and Natália Lopes | Additional images: Ludimilla Carvalho Wanderlei | Photos: Raquel Santana | Editing and Finalization: Natália Lopes and Raquel Santana

Synopsis: A rescue of the connections between Africa and its descendants in lands Pernambuco through imaginaries, of the cultural inheritance and of the cinema. The documentary shows the activities of the film club Fazendo Milagres project that discussed, along with black populations, stereotypes and images about African peoples and countries from the perspective of cinema. Exhibitions, workshops and performances are mixed in experiences held in the cities of Mirandiba, Triunfo, Tracunhaém and Recife to compose a panorama of affections, identities, knowledge, and sharing of experiences.