O designer Marcelo Rosembaum mergulha no universo da tribo Yawanawa, no Acre para criar luminÃ¡rias inspiradas na cultura indÃgena. Ele e sua equipe de arquitetos, designers e cozinheiros passam um mÃªs na companhia da tribo, para conhecer os instigantes e maravilhosos costumes do local.
Lives dedicated to the fight against gender violence. In 70 minutes, the documentary â€œWomen who care for womenâ€ shows the reality of social workers, police officers, psychologists, lawyers and other activists in the fight to protect victims, reducing the rates of aggression and building a more equal society.
Beyond the routine of work, the film reveals the lives of these womenâ€™s rights activists. Besides them, weâ€™ll meet exciting stories of a Brazil that is changing, but that still needs the special care of these true warriors.
Executive Producer: Monica Monteiro
Direction: OtÃ¡vio Chamorro e FÃ¡bio Brasil
Screenplay:: OtÃ¡vio Chamorro
Photography: Fabio Brasil / Leonardo Feliciano / Geronimo Lessa
Editing: Eduardo Jung
Art Direction: Rhamay Lima
Sound: Jailson Lessa / Amilson Vieira
Soundtrack: Leon Bvuma
Throughout 2013, our team spent a week with a family of so-called “new middle class”, or new working class in each of the five countries that make up the BRICS group – Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.
Experience of the film “Middle Way”, which portrays the lives of these five families in similar economic circumstances, their opinions, memories and dreams for the future emerged.
Executive Producer: MÃ´nica Monteiro
Director: Julia Martins
Screenplay : Julia Martins
Director of Photography: Beto Campos e Amilson Lessa
Art Direction: Rhamay Lima e Renata Amado
Soundtrack: Bernado Gebara
Edition: Julia Martins