Director: Marcia Paraiso, Francisco ColomboScriptwriter: Marcia ParaisoDirector of Photography: Ralf TambkeActors: Arnaldo Ramos, Dalva Damiana de Fereitas, Duda de Candola, Evilazio Cruz de Souza, Mateus AleluiaComposer: Caio CsermakEditor: Marco Miranda, Marcia ParaísoProducer: Antonio Costa Valente, Marcia ParaisoProduction-studio: FILMOGRAFO-Cinema e Audiovisuais, Lda(Portugal), Plural Filmes (Brazil)70 min., 2020, Portugal, Brazil The abolition of slavery in Brazil and […]
Murmuratorium – routes and rumours documents a project that through art seeks to create processes of “tuning” among people and between people and the world, this fragile world in our care. Music calls us, brings us together, and as in the gatherings of birds that swoop and paint the sky, the voices of humanity may also converge in action as a unique assembly of extraordinary beauty.
Last Days of Summer is an intimate generational portrait. It follows a group of friends each battling with finding or keeping a partner. Tamara is a feminist, but also a hopeless romantic and in love with a catholic man she shares few beliefs with.
DIY (do it yourself) became a very popular concept in Yugoslavia. And so it emerged the idea of building concrete yachts. However most of these boats remained unfinished, like the dreams of their builders, aging as those who have dreamt them up.
Rekha loves her father, Bal-kumar, more than anything else in the world, and she and her father have an exceptionally close relation-ship, especially in a society where only sons are valuable and daughters are undesirable.
A call to reflect on what one harnesses inside themselves, in the
moment (explored via a series of improvisations, pointedly steered) to discover its causality and motivation (or trauma).
An underground scene that has been surviving for decades with origin in the United States, has landed in Spain: the Ballroom is here to stay and continue to function as a safe space for the LGTBIQ + community.
To regain his inheritance rights, Severin Nalyvayko (unrecognized son of Prince Dmytro Sangushko and Princess Halshka Ostrozka), at the head of an army of just as disenfranchised daredevils, fights against the army of the Commonwealth for the freedom of Ukraine: only in the free “Cossack Republic” can he restore justice and become who you are by right.
Onur is sacked from his job as manager of a pharmaceutical company. He’s not too bothered about being unemployed, but the same cannot be said of his wife Bahar.