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DAY-TO-DAY PROGRAM (In portuguese only)

November 25, 2013

genérica

14h00
SCREENING CHALLENGES IN THE DIGITAL ERA – EXPERIENCES, TECHNIQUE AND THE CREATION OF A JOINT INITIATIVE BETWEEN FILMMAKERS AND FESTIVALS

Reports of experiences and researches regarding the viability of a good film-screening standard in the world of unstable digital technologies. A dialogue between filmmakers and film exhibitors with the objective of pursuing a common agenda.

Zita Carvalhosa (representative of the Forum of Festivals and director of the International Short Film Festival of São Paulo); Eduardo Cerveira (director ofFemina and Brazilian University Film Festival); Fernando Secco (projectionist at Cine BH Festival, Curta Cinema and Directors’ Week); Bruno Sá (projectionist at Rio/Estação Festival); Ali Sözen (cinematographic technician); Moema Muller (Centro Técnico Audiovisual [Audiovisual Technical Center] – CTAv-SAV); Guto Parente (director).

Mediator: Lis Kogan (Directors’ Week )

17h00
MARIA AUGUSTA RAMOS`s RETROSPECTIVE
BRASILIA, A DAY IN FEBRUARY (BRASÍLIA, UM DIA EM FEVEREIRO) (68min | 1996 |Brazil/Netherlands)
Dir: Maria Augusta Ramos

Synopsis: The daily life of three typical inhabitants of the Brazilian federal capital: a studant, the wife of a diplomat, a street-peddler.

(Indicative Rating:  Free)

 
19h00
NOVEMBER (NOVEMBRO) (7min | 2013 | Brazil-Spain)
Dir: Fabio Meira

Synopsis: In a wedding dress store, in which time punctuate a strange ritual, statues and women fulfill their destinies.

(Indicative Rating: 14 years)

 
 

19h00
I’VE LEARNED TO PLAY WITH YOU (APRENDI A JOGAR COM VOCÊ) (82 min | 2013 | RJ)
Dir: Murilo Salles

Synopsis: I’ve learned to play with you (Aprendi a jogar com você) is a documentary about DJ Duda and the singer Milka Reis. It contains a collection of bruising images of jalopies that are necessary to make a dream come true.

(Indicative Rating 14 years)

 

21h30
SESSÃO HORS CONCOURS

THE VOLCANO EXILED (EXILADOS DO VULCÃO) (123 min | 2013 | RJ/MG)
Dir: Paula Gaitán

Synopsis: She was able to save his diary and a pile of photographs from the fire. These sentences and faces are the only traces left of the man she once knew and loved. With the clues at hand, she tries to retrace his steps through mountains and open roads. But the places she’s visits bring out persons, gestures, memories and stories that slowly become part of her life.

(Indicative Rating: 16 years)