|Directed by||Petra Costa|
|Produced by||Petra Costa|
|Written by||Petra Costa|
|Music by||Edson Secco|
|Edited by||Ava Rocha|
Undertow Eyes (2009), original title Olhos de Ressaca, is a Brazilian short film.
The year 2009 saw the release of many films. Seven made the top 50 list of highest-grossing films. Also in 2009, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced that as of that year, their Best Picture category would consist of ten nominees, rather than five.
A short film is any motion picture not long enough to be considered a feature film. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences defines a short film as "an original motion picture that has a running time of 40 minutes or less, including all credits". In the United States, short films were generally termed short subjects from the 1920s into the 1970s when confined to two 35mm reels or less, and featurettes for a film of three or four reels. "Short" was an abbreviation for either term.
Vera and Gabriel have been married for sixty years. In Undertow Eyes they wander about their own history: the first flirt, the birth of their children, life and aging. In this remembrance, images from their family collection mingle with images of the present, weaving an emotional and dreamlike universe. As a mosaic of stories and impressions, this short film looks like a personal and existential diary about love and death.
Eryk Rocha is a Brazilian film director, producer, editor, and cinematographer. He is the son of film director Glauber Rocha.
Edson Secco is a Brazilian artist, composer, musician and sound designer.
|2009||Rio Film Festival||Best Short Film||won|
|Gramado Film Festival||Special Jury Award||won|
|Vitoria Cine Video||Best Editing||won|
|Itu International Film Festival||Best Screenplay||won|
|Goiania Short Film Festival||Best Film||won|
|São Paulo International Short Film Festival||New Talents Award||won|
|2010||Cine Las Americas International Film Festival||Best Short Documentary Film||won|
|Curta Cabo Frio||Best Short Documentary in 35mm||won|
|New England Festival of Ibero American Cinema||Best Short Film||won|
|2011||London International Documentary Festival||Best Short Film||won|
Glauber de Andrade Rocha, better known as Glauber Rocha, was a Brazilian film director, actor and screenwriter. He was a key figure of Cinema Novo and one of the most influential moviemakers of Brazilian cinema. His films Black God, White Devil and Entranced Earth are often considered to be two of the greatest achievements in Brazilian cinematic history, being selected by Abraccine as, respectively, the second and fifth best Brazilian films of all-time.
Cinema Novo is a genre and movement of film noted for its emphasis on social equality and intellectualism that rose to prominence in Brazil during the 1960s and 1970s. It means "New Cinema" in Portuguese, which is the official language of Brazil, the movement's "home". Cinema Novo formed in response to class and racial unrest both in Brazil and the United States. Influenced by Italian neorealism and French New Wave, films produced under the ideology of Cinema Novo opposed traditional Brazilian cinema, which consisted primarily of musicals, comedies and Hollywood-style epics. Glauber Rocha is widely regarded as Cinema Novo's most influential filmmaker. Today, the movement is often divided into three sequential phases that differ in tone, style and content.
António da Cunha Telles is a Portuguese film director and producer. He was born in Funchal.
Margaret "Maggie" Edson is an American playwright. She is a recipient of the 1999 Pulitzer Prize for Drama for her play Wit. She has been a public school teacher since 1992.
Regina Maria Barreto Casé is an actress, comedian, television host, and director.
BENT IMAGE LAB is a production company and animation studio specializing in content development, television, commercials, music videos, short films, interactive media and visual effects. Located in Portland, Oregon, the company was founded in 2002 by partners David Daniels, Ray Di Carlo, and Chel White.
Carlos Lascano is an Argentine director, writer and producer mainly known for his works in animation and illustration.
Daniel Ribeiro was born in São Paulo on May 20, 1982. He is a Brazilian film director known for his works You, Me and Him made in 2007 and I Don't Want To Go Back Alone made in 2010 which was later made into the full-length feature The Way He Looks in 2014.
Explode Coração is a Brazilian telenovela produced by Rede Globo. The series aired between 6 November 1995 and 4 May 1996, with a total of 155 episodes. It was written entirely by Glória Perez and directed by Ary Coslov, Gracie, and Carlos Araújo Júnior. Production had general direction and core Dennis Carvalho and was the 51st "of eight novels" the state broadcaster.
Fernando Grostein Andrade, or Fernando Andrade is a Brazilian filmmaker, director, producer, screenwriter and director of photography. He is known for the documentaries Wandering Heart, with Caetano Veloso, and Quebrando o Tabu, featuring Fernando Henrique Cardoso, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter which discusses alternatives to the failed war on drugs. That same documentary was later on adapted for European and US audiences by Richard Branson, narrated by Morgan Freeman, called Breaking the Taboo. Andrade is also known for his prolific work in advertisement, filming over 100 campaigns for clients such as Coca-Cola, Mitsubishi Motors, Pfizer and Nestle. In 2009, he founded the production house Spray Filmes. Located in the Jardins neighborhood in São Paulo, Spray Filmes acts in the realm of film of advertising, entertainment and is the incubator of NWB, a startup that manages big internet channels, including the biggest Brazilian soccer channel on Facebook, Desimpedidos. Recently Fernando directed some of the episodes of the Carcereiros series, in a co-production between Spray Filmes, Globo and Gullane, who won the MIPDrama Screenings 2017. In parallel to the series, the director is also working on a documentary called Vida de Carcereiro, which served as a research to the development of the series. Abe, his most recent film starring Noah Schnapp and Seu Jorge, was selected to the 2019 Sundance Film Festival.
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