New Directions, New Filmmakers


The show “New Directions, New Filmmakers” was held between April 22 and May 4, 2003 at the Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Rio de Janeiro. The main goal was to offer the public of Rio a panorama of the new crop of North- American independent films. The films screened were developed by the IFP (Independent Feature Project), a not-for-profit American organization, which has ensured the emergence of new films and directors in the United States.

 

Director: Ailton Franco Jr.

Curators: Ailton Franco Jr. and Juan Carlos Zaldívar

International Consultancy: Juan Carlos Zaldívar

Institutional Support: Independent Film Project – IFP New York

Sponsorship and production: Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil

Venue: Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Rio de Janeiro.

 

Films shown:

“On the Ropes” (Nas Cordas), de Nanette Burstein e Brett Morgen.

“Black Picket Fence” (Cerca de Jardim Negra), de Sérgio Góes.

“West Bank, Brooklyn” (Cisjordânia, Brooklyn), de Ghazi Albuliwi.

 “Taft” (Taft), de Aion Velie.

“Mai’s América” (América de Mai), de Marlo Poras.

“Girl Hood” (Garota Bandida), de Liz Garbus.

“Long Gone (Já Foi)”, de David Everhardt and Jack Cahill.

“Long Night’s Journey into Day (Longa Noitada Dia Adentro)”, de Deborah

Hoffmann e Frances Reid.

“One Of Us” (Uma de Nós), de Susan Korda.

“Blue Vinyl (Vinil Azul)”, de Judith Helfand e Daniel B. Gold.

“Blood Simple (Gosto de Sangue)”, de Joel e Ethan Coen.

 “Welcome to the Dollhouse (Bem Vindo à Casa de Bonecas)”, de Todd

Solondz.

“The Brothers McMullen (Os Irmãos McMullen)”, de Edward Burns.

“Clerks (O Balconista)”, de Kevin Smith.

“Reservoir Dogs (Cães de Aluguel)”, de Quentin Tarantino.

“Longtime Companion (Meu Querido Companheiro)”, de Norman René.

“Star Maps (Calçada da Fama)”, de Miguel Arteta.