Competitiva Nacional


A onda traz o vento leva




dir. Gabriel Mascaro
Recife – 28′ – 2012


Rodrigo é surdo e trabalha numa equipadora instalando som em carros. O filme é uma jornada sensorial sobre um cotidiano marcado por ruídos, vibrações, incomunicabilidade, ambigüidade e dúvidas.

A que deve a honra da ilustre visita este simples marquês?




dir. Rafael Urban e Terence Keller
Curitiba – 25′ – 2013


Max Conradt Jr. guarda a memória de um mundo em sua casa e recebe cada visitante com a mesma indagação: “A que deve a honra de tão ilustre visita este simples marquês?”

Avanti popolo




dir. Michael Wahrmann
São Paulo – 72′ – 2012


Através do resgate de imagens Super-8mm captadas pelo seu irmão nos anos 70, André tenta reavivar a memória do seu Pai que há 30 anos espera seufilho desaparecido.

Batalha do passinho




dir. Emílio Domingos
Rio de Janeiro – 75′ – 2012


Quando o vídeo Passinho Foda atingiu 4 milhões de acessos no YouTube, Beiçola e seus amigos se surpreenderam. Gravado com uma câmera fotográfica digital num churrasco no quintal da casa, o vídeo mostrava uma nova forma de dançar funk. Em menos de uma semana, tinha virado febre na internet. Um fenômeno que revela como a cultura do funk se expandiu para além dos bailes, DJs e favelas.

Esse amor que nos consome




dir. Allan Ribeiro
Rio de Janeiro – 80′ – 2012


Gatto e Barbot são companheiros de vida há mais de 40 anos e acabam de se instalar em um casarão abandonado no Centro do Rio de Janeiro. Ali, eles passam a viver e ensaiar com sua companhia de dança. A luta do dia a dia se mistura à criação artística e à crença em seus orixás. Através da dança eles se espalham pela cidade, marcando seus territórios.

Espíritos batizam crianças




dir. Ismail Maxakali – 16′ – 2012


Enquanto as brumas da madrugada se dissipam, os yãmĩyxop chegam na aldeia e tomam as crianças Maxakali/Tikmũ’ũn carregando-as penduradas em suas costas. Faz-se necessário acordar o rio e amansá-lo para que banhe e batize os novos homens que agora passarão a frequentar a casa dos cantos. Dirigido pelo professor Ismail Maxakali a partir do trabalho das oficinas de produção audiovisual do projeto “Por uma escrita audiovisual Maxakali”, realizadas na aldeia Vila Nova pelo INCTI (Inclusão no Ensino Superior e na Pesquisa), o filme expõe uma parcela do delicado sistema educacional Tikmũ’ũn.

Filme para poeta cego




dir. Gustavo Vinagre
São Paulo – 26′ – 2012


Glauco Mattoso, poeta cego sadomasoquista, aceita participar de um documentário sobre a sua própria vida, mas as condições que ele impõe dificultam o trabalho do jovem diretor.

Mauro em Caiena




dir. Leonardo Mouramateus
Fortaleza – 18′ – 2012


Admiro pra caramba essa capacidade, Mauro. De se transformar em outra coisa. Como um dinossauro ou uma lembrança.

Memória de rio




dir. Roney Freitas
São Paulo – 14′ – 2013


Destino, predestinações… meu destino. Estas águas
Do meu Tietê são abjetas e barrentas,
Dão febre, dão morte decerto, e dão garças e antíteses.

O Filme de Têta




dir. Raquel do Monte
Recife – 62′ – 2012


O documentário acompanha a rotina de Teta, uma recifense que acaba de passar por uma grande mudança em sua vida. Todos os domingos ela volta ao local em que ficou presa por anos. Lá, entre afetos e histórias, revive parte do seu passado. No entanto, apesar de tudo e com muita esperança, algo a conduz para outros lugares e é a consciência do seu papel que a faz seguir outros caminhos.

Os dias com ele




dir. Maria Clara Escobar
São Paulo – 107′ – 2013


Uma jovem cineasta mergulha no passado quase desconhecido de seu pai. As descobertas e frustrações de acessar a memória de um homem e de uma parte da história que são raramente expostos. Ele, um intelectual brasileiro, preso e torturado durante a ditadura militar não fala sobre isso desde aquele tempo. Ela, uma filha em busca de sua identidade.

O Mestre e o Divino




dir. Tiago Campos Torres
Olinda – 84′ – 2013


Dois cineastas retratam a vida na aldeia e na missão de Sangradouro, Mato Grosso: Adalbert Heide, um excêntrico missionário Alemão, que logo depois do contato com os índios, em 1957 começa a filmar com sua câmera Super-8; e Divino Tserewahu, jovem cineasta Xavante, que produz filmes para a televisão e festivais de cinema desde os anos 90. Entre cumplicidade, competição, ironia e emoção, eles dão vida aos seus registros históricos, revelando bastidores bem peculiares da catequização indígena no Brasil…

Retrato de uma paisagem




dir. Pedro Diógenes
Fortaleza – 34′ – 2012


Um filme sobre a cidade. Um filme sobre pessoas. Estamos vivendo o começo da era da sociedade urbana. Um novo campo ainda ignorado e desconhecido. E o cenário do futuro ainda não se encontra estabelecido.



Competitiva Internacional


31st Haul




dir. Denis Klebleev
Russia – 60′ – 2012


In 3 months the residents of a faraway Kamchatka village have eaten 102 tonnes of food – and they want some more. Yura and Vitalik, the drivers of an old army-style vehicle, are gonna fetch them more of supplies. But the problem is that their vehicle broke down.
Starting as a road movie accompanied with a straight-forward sense of humour of the main protagonists, the film gradually introduces new characters and explores the depth of simple human relationships.

Alone




dir. Wang Bing
China – 89′ – 2012


Three sisters aged 10, 6 and 4 have to cope more or less on their own in a remote mountainous region of Yunnan. Terrible poverty in China, shown with gripping compassion by today’s best documentary maker. Shorter version of THREE SISTERS, which premiered in Venice. His documentaries previously screened in Rotterdam, including the epic TIE XI QU: WEST OF THE TRACKS, have shown Wang Bing to be a gifted and sensitive observer of today’s China. For his documentary ALONE, he went to the province of Yunnan where, in a very poor mountain village, he filmed the daily lives of three sisters aged 10, 6 and 4. The mother left three years ago for an unknown destination; father works in a remote town. It looks like the eldest girl seldom goes to school and has taken on the role of caring for her still playful sisters. Despite their difficult circumstances, they also have fun and occasionally drop in to see an aunt and grandpa. Their life changes drastically when father decides to take the youngest two with him and leave the eldest with grandpa.

Les chebabs de Yarmouk




dir. Axel Salvatori-Sinz
França – 78′ – 2012


The Shebabs have made up a small group of boys & girls since they were teens. Now on the eve of adulthood, they have a genuine thirst for life and for absolute, while being all confronted to intricate situations. Between the need for freedom and sticking to the group, between longing for revolt and the prospect of a well-ordered life, choices are hard to make; even more so if you’re a Palestinian refugee in the camp of Yarmouk, in Syria.

Ricardo Bär




dir. Gerardo Naumann e Nele Wohlatz
Argentina – 92′ – 2013


Ricardo Bär is the name of Ricardo Bär (22), a young man who lives with his family on a farm in the Argentine province of Misiones, at the Brazilian border. It’s mostly forest and settlers, descendants of German immigrants who, despite several generations of living there, continue to sing German songs as if they were surrounded by snow-covered mountains.

Ricardo leaves behind his youth to enter the adult world, but, unlike the rest of the young men there, he doesn’t want to work the soil; he wants to become a pastor. Problems for the film shoot begin when Ricardo hears the voice of God, who tells him that his destiny is not in acting. The community too mistrusts the camera and “the movie” is told it has to leave.

Ricardo Bär tells two stories. One about a deal, an offer by the directors to convince Ricardo to let them shoot the film. The other about Ricardo’s life at this moment, reenacted for the camera, as he doubts whether to accept the directors’ offer or not. Ricardo Bär is a rite of passage in which we see him putting a pig, head first, inside a bag, chopping the sticks for the shepherds of the Church’s Christmas play, in which he plays the role of pastor himself, practicing a sermon in his rhetoric class, cutting yucca for the cows while he recites biblical passages, watching a Mel Gibson movie, trying to walk over water in a pool at a Christian youth camp he attends. Ricardo Bär is a movie that works like a reflection for Ricardo Bär, who has now become the main actor of his own life.

Sans image




dir. Fanny Douarche and Franck Rosier
França – 76′ – 2013


Tandis que gronde la grève des travailleurs sans papiers, Matenin, Gaye et Abdoulaye, trois migrants maliens, luttent dans la rue mais aussi sur les planches de théâtres pour sortir de l’ombre.

Sieniawka




dir. Marcin Malaszczak
Alemanha/Polônia – 126′ – 2013


In an unreal age, in a landscape scarred by open-cast coal mining, people still live; old men, their faces marked by deep lines. A cosmonaut in a weather-worn boiler-suit inspects the plundered earth: future, past and present come together in Sieniawka, a film of few words. The men in the “”outside world”” live in the “”freedom”” of a zone that bears the geographical, political and film historical marks of an apocalyptic present. Other men have fled to the “”inner world”” of an institution, surrendering in resignation to rigid everyday routine. They wear gloomy pullovers and slippers, their soup is served in buckets, and they smoke together at the open window. But at some point summer has come and the light streaming through the birch trees is dazzlingly bright, full of promise. How real can life be in a place forgotten by history? Sieniawka is a small village in the border zone between Poland, Germany and the Czech Republic, a place known for its checkpoint and local psychiatric clinic. Life on an alien planet, barely an hour’s drive from Berlin.

The captain and his pirate




dir. Andy Wolff
Alemanha/Bélgica – 76′ – 2012


Imagine you are the captain of a container ship: you get hijacked by Somali pirates. After the shipping company and the German army seem to have abandoned the ship, the captain takes things in his own hands. He will do anything in order to save his crew and himself. He decides to approach the opponent. His only hope is to work alongside the pirates, even when his crew turns against him. The pirate leader becomes then his only confidant. The film is about the complex relationship arising between culprit and victim under adeath threatening hostage situation and will tell the intimate story of the friendship between the captain and the pirate.

La chica del sur




dir. Jose Luis Garcia
Argentina – 94′ – 2012


1989. A Chance leads Argentine documentary filmmaker José Luis García to North Korea, for the last international conference of communist youth, a trip he refers to as “revolutionary tourism”, where he learns of Lim Su-Kyong, a S. Korean student activist, who had come to demand the reunification of North and South Korea. She promises to cross back into South Korea on foot at the border in Pyongyang, where soldiers stand in a perpetual face-off. Twenty years later García embarks upon a trip to find out what has happened to the girl who was once hailed as “The Flower of Reunification”?

The hunting of the snark




dir. François-Xavier Drouet
França – 95′ – 2013


The Hunting of the SNARK: a 95-minute glimpse of life inside SNARK, a Belgian boarding school for troubled youths. Founded in 1973 in La Louvière as a self-managing project for non-repressive education, the campus and student body are necessarily small. Filmed over a full school year, this keyhole view zooms in on the youths’ antisocial behavior and the staff’s difficult balancing act. Students/staff relationships wear to a frazzle. The need for repair is constant. All counseling is fraught with tension which can explode anytime.

As seasons pass, academic failure, violence and provocations reveal themselves for what they are: symptoms of scarred childhoods and family conflicts. One face stands out: Angèle. She vacillates between acting out of rage and reaching out for love. The past weighs heavily. The future is so uncertain. The issue for Angèle and her classmates is how can they fit in here, when elsewhere, they are such misfits?

Une eté avec Anton




dir. Liesbeth De Cuelaer
Bélgica – 60′ – 2012


Anton is 12 years old. He lives with his grandmother in a little house outside Moscow. He spends his holidays with his pals or just plays round with his baboushka, who lovingly teases him back. Those carefree days of summer vanish when he goes off to a military training camp, like most Russian children do, where we find him armed and in uniform…

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