Documentary | B & W | 15 ‘| 2016 | Brazil
Directed by Flávia Person | Screenplay: Flávia Person | Editing: Yannet Briggiler | Sound Editing and Original Soundtrack: Diogo de Haro | Mixing: Diogo de Haro and Paulo Costa Franco (Ouié Studio) | Production: Magnolia Cultural Productions and Ombu Arte
Synopsis: “Antonieta”, a documentary about Antonieta de Barros (1901-1952), woman, black woman, teacher, chronicler, feminist and in 1935 became the first black woman to assume a popular mandate in the country.
CAIXA D’ÁGUA: WHAT’S THIS QUI-LOMBO?
Documentary | Colorful | 15 ‘| 2013 | Brazil
Directed by Everlane Moraes
Synopsis: The documentary reports, through depositions of former residents and photographic collection, the cultural and historical importance of the neighborhood considered as the second remaining urban quilombola of Brazil, located in Aracaju, capital of Sergipe.
DEEP IN THE VALLEY
Documentary | Color | 19’50 “| 2010 | Brazil
Directed by Luísa Caetano | Screenplay: Luísa Caetano | Production: Luísa Caetano and Ana Paula Rabelo | Cinematography: Carol Matias and Elias Guerra | Editing: Elias Guerra and Luísa Caetano | Sound: Renato Teles | Sound Editing: Elias Guerra
Synopsis: The ethno-lyrical documentary ‘Deep in the Valley’ was filmed in the ‘Valley of Souls’, a rural settlement formed by former slaves, located in the ‘Chapada dos Veadeiros’ (Brazil). Lizeni, a ten year-old ‘kalunga’ girl, conduces our look among the childhood jokes, the grown up world, the relations between the family and the nearest city, revealing us her dreams in opposition to their daily reality.
Documentary | Color | 12’37’’ | 2016 | Brazil – France
Directed by: Ana Vaz | Production: Olivier Marboeuf e Ana Vaz | Associate producer: Cédric Walter | Camera : Ana Vaz | Sound: Ana Vaz | Mix: Rich Cutler | Montage: Ana Vaz | With: Ivonete dos Santos Moraes
Synopsis: Há Terra! is an encounter, a hunt, a diachronic tale of looking and becoming. As in a chase, the film errs between character and land, land and character, predator and prey.
MARIA VAI C’AS VACA
Documentary | Color | 7’06 “| 2013 | Brazil
Directed by Luara De | Executive Production: Gabriela Rocha | CinematograpHY: Luara De |Sound Editing: Letícia Ribeiro | Editing: Luara From | Mixing: Saulo Leal | Original Music: Higo Melo
Synopsis: During the holidays, Maria questions the school.
Documentary | Color | 11 ‘| 2015 | Brazil
Directed by Manoela Ziggiatti | Screenplay: Manoela Ziggiatti | Executive Producer: Max Eluard | Cinematography: Manoela Ziggiatti | Sound: Manoela Ziggiatti | Editing: Manoela Ziggiatti | Color Correction: Bruno Risas | Sound Postproduction: Jonathan Macías
Synopsis: At age 3, Vitor wears his cape and is ready to fly.
Fiction | Colorful | 10 ‘| 2014 | Brazil-Switzerland
Directed by: Larissa Figueiredo | Executive Producer: Jean Perret, Michel Buhler, Rafael Urban | Cinematography by: Larissa Figueiredo | Screenplay: Larissa Figueiredo | Sound Design: Philippe Ciompi | Colorization: Raphael Frauenfelder | Direct Sound: Larissa Figueiredo
Synopsis: The water, the houses, the night, a ghost. Documentary sounds and images from a village in Thaïland give life to this fictional story, inspired by a mixture of thaï and brazilian stories.
Documentary | Colorful | 5 ‘| 2017 | Brazil
Directed by: Safira Moreira | Cinematography by: Caíque Mello | Screenplay: Safira Moreira | Editing: Safira Moreira | Screenplay: Safira Moreira
Synopsis: Using a poetic language, Travessia starts from the search for the photographic memory of the black families and assumes a critical and affirmative posture in the face of the near absence and stigmatization of the representation of the black person.
TUPINAMBÁ – THE RETURN OF EARTH
Documentary | Color | 24’57 “| 2015 | Brazil
Directed by Daniela Alarcon | Screenplay: Daniela Alarcon | Editing: Fernanda Ligabue | Cinematography: Fernanda Ligabue | Color Correction: Fernanda Ligabue | Sound: Fernanda Ligabue | Original Soundtrack: Bruno Prado and Daniel Carezzato | Mixing and mastering: Bruno Prado and Daniel Carezzato.
Synopsis: For more than ten years, the Tupinambá have been waiting for the completion of the demarcation process of their land. In this context, they have been carrying out collective actions known as land repossessions, recovering numerous areas within their territory that were in the possession of non-Indians. For this reason, they have been targets of criminalization and violent attacks, both by the Brazilian State, and by individuals and groups that are against the guarantee of their rights. To tell this story, we gathered testimonies and sequences recorded in May 2014 in the Serra do Padeiro village, in the Tupinambá Indigenous Land of Olivença, southern Bahia (Brazil), as well as archival images. In the film, the history of expropriation and resistance of the Tupinambá is narrated from the perspective of the natives, for whom the land belongs to the enchanted, the most important entities of its cosmology.
VOICE OF INDIGENOUS WOMEN
Documentary | Colorful | 17 ‘| 2015 | BrazilDirection: Glicéria Tupinambá and Cristiane Pankararu | Images and Edition: Alexandre Pankararu
Synopsis: The documentary brings together testimonies of indigenous women from Bahia, Pernambuco, Rio Grande do Norte and Alagoas about their trajectories in the indigenous movement.