Andre is a young boy that lives in an industrial neighborhood in Ouro Preto, Brazil, near an old aluminium factory. One day he finds a notebook from one of the factory workers, Cristiano. As a fairy tail, the film divides itself, and plunges into Cristiano’s life. And what we see and listen from this point on is the epic story of the latter’s life – a worker’s life whose happiness and sufferings reveal from another point of view the story of Brazilian social and economical development in the last ten years.
(Brazil, 1984) He has directed several films that screened and won awards at international film festivals, such as his second film A Vizinhança do Tigre (2014). Together with João Dumans he directed Aràbia.
Filmography: Arábia (2017), A Vizinhança do Tigre (2014), Afternoon Woman (2010), Desígnio (curt, 2009)
He is a screenwriter and director based in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. He has curated and organized several film exhibitions in Brazil and abroad and has published articles in film catalogs and magazines. He co-wrote A cidade onde envelheço (2016, D’A 2017) together with Marília Rocha.
Filmography: Arábia (2017), Everybody Has Its Own Way (curt, 2014)