Director: Emílio Domingos Writers: Júlia Mariano, Emílio Domingos Editor: Guilherme Schumann Cinematographers: Daniel Neves, Paulo Castiglione Music: DJ Vinimax Producers: Júlia Mariano, Emílio Domingos Production Company: Osmose Filmes
When the video “Passinho Foda” reached 4 million views on YouTube, Beiçola and his friends were surprised. Recorded with a digital camera in a back yard during a barbecue, the video showed a new way to dance carioca funk. In less than a week, it went viral on the Internet. The documentary portrays this phenomena and discovers how the culture around the funk world has expanded beyond funk dance parties, DJs, and favelas.
(Cabra Marcado para Morrer)
1984 / 119 min
Written and directed by: Eduardo Coutinho Edition: Eduardo Escorel Music: Rogerio Rossini Producers: Eduardo Coutinho, Vladimir de Carvalho and Produções Cinematográficas Mapa
In 1964, Coutinho shoots a docu-drama about the life in the Northeastern region of Brazil, and the life of a local general that was assassinated. The shooting is interrupted by the military coup d’état that same year. Almost twenty years later, Coutinho goes back to the Northeast where he meets with the family and surviving actors of his original documentary.
(Augusto Boal e o Teatro do Oprimido)
Director: Zelito Viana Presenting Interviews with: Ferreira Gullar, Edu Lobo, Chico Buarque, Cecília Boal, Julian Boal, Aderbal Freire-Filho Bárbara Santos and Helen Sarapeck.
The playwright and writer Augusto Boal achieved fame after developing techniques of what is known as “Teatro do Oprimido”. The proposal is based on breaking with the immobility of the spectators in order to make them interact with the play. Boal was also known for his great political participation during military dictatorship, which made him victim of arrest, torture and exile.