Brazil Tag Archive

Matheus Siqueira Transforms Stone to Flesh in Abstract Music Video ‘Pedra’

Music

2nd May, 2017

Matheus Siqueira shares how a cancer diagnosis forced him to reinterpret the concept of his abstract music video and find a deeper meaning in the lyrics.

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Gabriel Iglesias: Jeremias

Music

11th November, 2016

A lost astronaut desperately tries to find someone to heed his warnings of impending doom in Matheus Siqueira's music video for Gabriel Iglesias.

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DN LFF2014: Love & Sexuality are Blind in Daniel Ribeiro’s Debut ‘The Way He Looks’

Film Festival, Live Action, Podcasts

25th October, 2014

Daniel Ribeiro’s debut feature 'The Way He Looks' tenderly explores the awakening sexuality of a blind teenage as he discovers first love. DN speaks to

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I Met a Robot at a Ballet Once

Animation

1st December, 2013

A robot and an artist discuss the big questions of the human condition in Isabela Dos Santos’ existential animated storybook poem I Met a Robot at a

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Unbovine Yourself

Live Action

30th September, 2013

Mankind devolves into a homogenise soup of slaves to groupthink, stifling any opportunity for originality or creativity in Ian Ruschel’s fantastically

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Is The New

Live Action

18th December, 2012

Brazilian directors Jarbas Agnelli & Doug Bello keep us on point with what’s in and what’s out in Is The New, their ad spot for Follow

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Awfully Deep

Art & Fashion, Live Action

28th October, 2012

Unusual short Awfully Deep, from writer and director Daniel Florêncio sees the life of a well-off family suddenly turned upside down when without warning,

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Bill Wearing Socks

Animation

29th August, 2012

Designer, illustrator and enthusiast of infographics Nieges Borges creates a fitting tribute to the legend that is Bill Murray, by taking us on a journey

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In the Blackout

Live Action

21st August, 2012

Love is complicated, especially when two inanimate objects, lost in an underground car park, find each other. This film tells the unlikely love story

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DN255: My Neighbourhood – Julia Bacha

Documentary, Podcasts

25th July, 2012

This week we’re joined by director Julia Bacha whose latest film My Neighbourhood (co-directed with Rebekah Wingert-Jabi), continues her work at Just

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STEADYo

Art & Fashion

26th May, 2012

Yo-yos, their function is primarily to travel down and then back up a string spinning as they go, or for the more ambitious practitioner perhaps a loop da

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Alphabetic

Animation

13th April, 2012

Ariel Costa takes us on a graphical journey from A-Z in his animation experiment, Alphabetic.

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