Posts Tagged 'Fernando Meirelles'
Fernando Meirelles is a man in demand. The renowned director of City of God, Constant Gardener and Blindness, is in town to present his new film, 360, which opened the 55th BFI London Film Festival yesterday. JD tracked him down for a chat.
A conversation with Fernando Meirelles and Marco Dutra (Hard Labor) about both of their films and their work. Topics include the current climate of Brazilian and Latin American cinema, opportunities with international markets and audiences, and ways to improve the
In association with Rio Film School, the London venue Guanabara presents Guanabara Social Club, a mini-festival of Latin American and Brazilian films. The event started on the 2nd of April and it will be happening every Monday until the 23rd
Despite being one of the most famous Brazilian art movements, no film has yet been made about Tropicalia. At least not until next year, when BossaNovaFilms (BR), associated with Revolution Films (UK) and Mojo Pictures (US), will release the first