SCREENING ON 7TH NOVEMBER 2013, 6 PM
AT CHILDREN'S PARK THEATER, ERNAKULAM
FOLLOWED BY 'MEET THE DIRECTORS'.
(BRAZIL, A VIEW FROM INSIDE)
English Title : Brazil, A view from inside
Category : Feature Length Documentary
Running Time : 62 MINUTES
Date Completed : March 2013
Country of Origin : Brazil
Language : Portuguese & English
Direction: Ananda Jyothi | Carina Bini
Screenplay: Carina Bini
Executive Producer: Tantri Art and Culture
Production: Samaúma Movies
Original Soundtrack: Claudio Vinicius Fróes Fialho
Creating Graphics: Satyan - Brand was
Translation Subtitles: Marina Lucia and Lara Arieira
Editing: André Cardoso
Rio de Janeiro: Camera | Allan Ribeiro | Douglas Smith | Heverton Lima | Camera Assistant | Paula Lousada
Sao Paulo: Camera | Bernardo Paglia | Lucas Mello | Padu Palmerio
Brasilia: Camera | Leidimar Pereira dos Santos | Rubens Shinkai | Carina Bini | Wizards | Tom Rodrigues | Isaquiel de Souza
Paraná: Camera | Carina Bini | Manu P. S.
Amazon: Camera | Robert Coelho | Carina Bini
India - Calicut: Camera | Preman
India - Kochi: Camera | Manilal Padavoor | Ayllian - Shadowman Films
Synopsis: Brazil, A View from Inside offers insightful observations of the country with powerful messages conveyed through stunning imagery and well chosen interviews. This work have succeeded in doing a quick-paced film with the book, 'From Inside Brazil' by Indian economist Vinod Thomas. By looking at everyday life in India and Brazil, it presents a unique view about the need for economic, social and environmental values to co-exist in the changing world we live in, the filmmakers unravel the country's promising prospects for global take-off. Whether you're a specialist on Brazil or simply a fan of anything Brazilian, this gem of a film by an Indian-Brazilian couple is an ideal warm-up before the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympics, going beyond the usual cliches.
Filmed in the Amazon, Rio De Janeiro, Brasilia, Paraná and India, this documentary provides the most timely and insightful guide to current Brazil. The film extensively covers scenes of Brazil’s communities and lifestyle with in-depth interviews that give viewers a refreshingly personal take on development issues. The account vividly captures images of rich cultural contexts and natural resources, with messages that are of great relevance to the world. The documentary also highlights the relevance of unfolding stories about Brazil and India, with key parallels between these countries that represent global and developing economies headed toward critical crossroads, effects of climate change, and growth that calls for more inclusion. In the global scenario, revelations on the role of diversity, education and environment in the emerging country!
Ananda Jyothi: Ananda Jyothi is director and musician, born in Kerala, South India, lived in Brazil for 14 years. Directed several documentaries throughout his career, among them: Planet India (2011), India Devi Divine (2007), Mudra: Magic of Music and Dance of India (2012), Mantra Tropical (2010), and the latest Brazil a View from Inside (2013). He is the founder of Tantri Art and Culture, the production company that promotes cultural cooperation between India and Brazil. In 2012 he was the curator of the largest exhibition of Indian cinema in Brazil, Bhava: Universe of Indian Cinema, in Brasília, Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo.
Carina Bini: Director, Writer :A Brazilian Carina Bini has a background in Communications - Journalism, is a writer, director, and executive producer. She is the Founder of Tantri Art and Culture, a producer company who works with cultural exchange. Author of fiction script La Mamma, awarded by Ancine (National Cinema Agency - Brazil) and Direzione Generale Per Il Cinema (DGC) and the Foundation for Experimental Cinematography Centre (CSC), Italy. Wrote and directed more than a dozen documentaries throughout her career. The movie "Brazil, a View from Inside" is her latest work.
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