Exhibition at Cinemateca Brasileira, in SP, highlights first-time filmmakers

Exhibition at Cinemateca Brasileira, in SP, highlights first-time filmmakers

Starting this Thursday (21), the Cinemateca Brasileira, in São Paulo, will present the Meu Primeiro Feature Film Show. There are 14 feature-length films by filmmakers debuting between 2020 and 2022. The idea arises from the perception that emerging directors did not have the proper visibility to the public and that exhibition spaces were reduced because of the covid-19 pandemic. Exhibition at Cinemateca Brasileira, in SP, highlights first-time filmmakers

With this project, Cinemateca highlights its concern with disseminating new audiovisual content and providing opportunities for new voices in cinema. According to the organizers, some films that are at the show were even shown at film festivals and were on display, but were also hampered by the low attendance of theaters during the pandemic.

Tickets for the show are free and must be picked up one hour before each session. The exhibition will be in the Sala Grande Otelo, which has a capacity of 210 seats and four seats for wheelchair users. The Cinemateca Brasileira is located in Largo Senador Raul Cardoso, in the Vila Mariana neighborhood.

The event will have two meetings: one on Saturday (23), at 4 pm, in which Bruna Piantino (Checkmate), Daniel Leite Almeida (Alice dos Anjos), Claudia Pinheiro (the novel), Lino Meireles (Candango: Memories of the Festival) and Joel Pizzini, Beatriz Martins and Lia Kulakauskas (Madalena).

On the following Saturday, the 30th, also at 4 pm, the conversation will be with Cássio Pereira dos Santos (Valentina), Djin Sganzerla (ocean woman), Isaac Donato (lily), João Paulo Miranda Maria (Antiques House) and Thais Fujinaga (The Happiness of Things).


On Thursday (21), at 19:00, the show starts with my uncle jose, by Ducca Rios, which tells the story of Adonias, a boy who needs to find a way to deal with grief and sadness. The film has Wagner Moura, Tonico Pereira and Lorena Comparato in the cast. At 21:00, the documentary Candango: Memories of the Festival, by Lino Meireles, wins the big screen at Cinemateca. The title tells the story of the Brasilia film festival.

Alice dos Anjos, directed by Daniel Leite Almeida, opens the sessions on Friday (22). The work is a retelling of Alice in Wonderlandby Lewis Carroll, in dialogue with The Pedagogy of the Oppressed, by Paulo Freire. The fiction explores a magical world with characters who are fighting an oppressive colonel who wants to build a hydroelectric plant in the region. At 21:00, it’s time to Checkmate, by Bruna Piantino. Using the metaphor of a chess game, the film explores power games related to drug regulation.

Saturday (23) starts with a debate between directors and then there will be the screening of the novel, by Claudia Pinheiro, at 6pm. The film portrays the conflicts and memories of five brothers who are raised by the eldest brother, after the death of their mother. The film Madalena, by Madiano Marcheti, will be shown at 8 pm. The story takes place in the Brazilian Midwest and has as its plot the disappearance of Madalena and the way in which three people are affected by this disappearance.

On Sunday (24), at 18:00, wins the screens corralsby David Aguiar and Sabina Colares, which portrays the drought concentration camps in the northeastern backlands in the 1930s. At 8:00 pm, it will be shown Babenco, someone has to listen to the heart and say: stoppedby Bárbara Paz, a tribute to the filmmaker, who died of cancer, with memories, reflections and fables of his life.

THE Happiness of Things, by Thais Fujinaga, is the story of a mother who dreams of building a swimming pool for her children “in her modest beach house”. The projection will be on Thursday (28) at 19 pm. at 9 pm, The Earth Aheadby Thiago Cóstackz, discusses the emergence of the global climate crisis based on testimonies, performances and interviews.

On Friday (29), it will be shown lily, at 7 pm, directed by Isaac Donato. The synopsis reads: “Every year, a 67-year-old woman celebrates her 7th birthday.” at 9 pm, Valentinaby Cássio Pereira dos Santos, tells the story of a 17-year-old trans girl who moves to a small town in Minas with her mother.

After the debate, at 6 pm, ocean woman, directed by Djin Sganzerla, shows the personal journey of a Brazilian writer between Tokyo and Rio de Janeiro. The show ends with Antiques House, by João Paulo Miranda Maria, which narrates the life of Cristovam, a “redneck” from the interior of Brazil who seeks better working conditions in other lands. The exhibition will be at 20:00.

Linked to the Ministry of Tourism’s Special Secretariat for Culture, Cinemateca Brasileira is managed by the social organization Sociedade Amigos da Cinemateca, an entity created in 1962.

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