5th Brazilian International Film Festival

The Second FBCI was held from April 7 to 12, 2014


Showrooms:
NUCINE - FACULDADE ESTÁCIO DE SÁ - Rua do Bispo, 83 - Rio Comprido.
CINE JÓIA - Av Nossa Senhora de Copacabana 680 - subsoil
HUMBERTO MAURO ROOM- Casimiro de Abreu.
OSCAR NIEMEYER THEATER - Rua Jornalista Rogério Coelho Neto - Centro, Niterói.

List of Winners with the TROPHY BRASILEIRINHO:

Best Long Fiction:
I AM SELLING OR ALUGO of Betse de Paula

Best Short:
THAT WAS NOT IRA by Esteban Crespo

Best Documentary:
LIFE IS NOT BASED by Caio Tozzi and Pedro Ferrarini

Best Film Our Planet:
LISTEN TO THE RIVER of Marcela Lordy

Best Picture Best Age:
OSLO by Luis Ernesto Doñas

Best First Film:
SSHHH by Laura M. Campos

Best Chill Movie:
SCARECROWS by Marcelo Domingues

Best Animated Film World:
TABOGO by Dairo Cervantes

Best Director:
Esteban Crespo for THAT WAS NOT ME

Best Producer:
Cacala Carvana by VENDO OU ALUGO and Fernando Gabriel Leanza for 24 200- CRUCE SANMARTINIANO

Best Art Director:
Adriano Gianola by ESPANTALHOS

Best Cinematographer:
Ricardo Camargo by ESPANTALHOS

Best Leading Actress:
Marieta Severo for SALE OR SOMEONE

Best Supporting Actor:
Boguslav Linda by APNEIA

Best Supporting Actress:
Natalia Thimberg by VENDO OR ALUGO

Best Supporting Actor:
Andre Mattos by VENDO OR ALUGO

Best Soundtrack:
Gustavo González for ER RELAJO DER LORO and Gabriel Lococo for 24 200, CRUCE SANMARTINIANO

Best Screenplay:
María Lucia Dahl, Mariza Leão, Julia de Abreu and José Roberto Torero for VENDO OR ALUGO

Best Costume Design:
Liushinka Baptista by ER RELAJO DER LORO

Best Edition:
Arantxa Galan and Laura M. Campos by SSHHH

Best Film by the Popular Jury:
KELVIN by João Marcos Almeida Xavier da Silva
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HONORABLE MENTIONS:

Best Long Fiction:
COLISEO THE CHAMPIONS of Alejandro Rossi

Best Short:
HALF OF ORANGE by Thais de Campos

Best Documentary:
BATTLE OF RIMA by Renan Miragaya
TRUTH 12,528 of Peu Robles and Paula Sacchetta

Best Film Our Planet:
FISH POND by Havita Rigamonti
THE LAGOON OF THE BIRDS by Havita Rigamonti

Best Picture Best Age:
ATOCHA 70 from Ireland Tambascio

Best First Film:
THIRD SEX by Vinícius Bertoli
ALTIBAJOS DE UN PETISO by Fernando Milsztajn

Best Chill Movie:
NIGHT ANNOUNCES THE AURORA by Gerard Uzcátegui

Best Animated Film World:
WHAT'S WITH YOUR PERU? From Rodrigo Gava and Duda Campos

Best Director:
LEANDRO PESKA for Life in Color

Best Producer:
RICHARD DANTAS for O Tanatopraxist
HUGO ANDRÉS QUINTERO RIVERA from "On the Path"

Best Art Director:
THE DEALER OF THINGS by Deleon Souto

Best Cinematographer:
ALEXANDRE ACHE by Mouth Closed
GUSTAVO HADBA and LULA CERRI by Grace

Best Leading Actress:
FERNANDA MONTENEGRO by A Dama do Estácio

Best Supporting Actor:
MALVINO SALVADOR by Cinema Centimeter

Best Supporting Actress:
DARLENE GLORIA by Body Present

Best Supporting Actor:
TONY LEE by Boca Fechada

Best Soundtrack:
RODRIGO LIMA by The Marriage of Mario and Fia

Best Screenplay:
EDUARDO CALVET by Luz, Ánima, Action

Best Costume Design:
ADRIANA BERNARDES AND MOARA COSTENARO by The Treasury of Morro da Igreja

Best Edition:
THE RAW MEAT OF Samuel Lema

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JURADOS:

federicobardiniFederico Bardini - Presidente do Júri
Editor and producer with 20 years working in TV programs, documentaries, videos and films of fiction in HD, video, 16 and 35 mm. in Argentina, Cuba and Brazil. Born in the Argentine Republic, graduated from the International School of Cinema & TV of San Antonio de los Baños (Cuba) and trained in journalism at TEA (Taller Escuela Agencia) in Buenos Aires (Argentina, 1990-93). He was founding professor and coordinator of the Cinema Course of Estácio de Sá University of Rio de Janeiro (1997-2002). He also taught at Veiga de Almeida University, at the International School of Cinema & TV in San Antonio de los Baños (Cuba) and in Tea Image of Buenos Aires. In recent years he has worked in the production of several TV programs, among them Living Alone, On the Road, Embarcados (Canal Multishow), Aéreas, Paradisiac Islands (Channel Off) and the specials of the Rock In Rio festival for DirecTV.

 

Duaia

Duaia Assumpção

She works as an actress in Cinema, TV and has more than thirty works in Theater. He made the feature "Amores", performed by EICTV and several short films. He also produced the cast of the film Tiradentes (Oswaldo Caldeira), and the acting director's advisory of about 40 directors in filming and workshops at the Escuela Internacional de Cine y TV, EICTV, in Havana - Cuba, between 1993 and 1995. most recent works are in Cinema, two films by Domingos Oliveira: Passion and Chance and First Day of Any Year Any. Writing, he collaborated with Joaquim Assis on the screenplay "And Everything is Very Important", which had the support of Vitae Arts Scholars from his argument. In December 96, he received the FUNARTE Award for Incentive to Unpublished Theatrical Author with the text "4". In 2000, he wrote the text "Leio Porque Quero", for the "Passion for Reading" event at the Museu da Vida, which also featured seasons at CCBB-Rio and Funarte Caravan.

 

 

Paulo Fontenelle

Paulo Henrique Fontenelle

Born in 1970, he graduated in Cinema, Radialism and Journalism. He is the editor and director of musical programs, documentaries and DVDs. He directed and produced the short Mauro Shampoo (2006), which won more than 20 awards for best film in Brazil and abroad. His first feature film, Loki (2008), won 10 awards for best film in Brazil, New York, Toronto and Miami and was 4 months in Brazil. His latest work, Dossier Jango won the Best Documentary Award for the 2012 Rio de Janeiro Festival, Best Short Films Award for Mostra Tiradentes Mostra and best film for the Official Jury and Popular Jury for the DocFAM 2013 show.

 

 

 

Marcos CordiolliMarcos Cordiolli

Graduated in History (UFPr, 1988) and master in Education: history and philosophy of education (PUC-SP, 1997). He is university professor of graduation (from 1994), of specialization latu senso (in more 20 IES); (in an IES); (since 1994 and has provided services to over 50 public networks and dozens of private schools in 18 states); He is a consultant in pedagogical work management and curricular proposals in Basic Education (with services provided to dozens of institutions) and Superior (with work done for more than 20 HEIs); He published articles, books and didactic materials (in the area of ​​history, philosophy and geography for Elementary and Middle School, curricular theory and educational policies for Higher Education).
He's a filmmaker. Associate Producer of the film O Sal da Terra (Brazil, 2008) by Eloi Pires Ferreira. Production Director (with Elói Pires Ferreira) from Connection Japan (Brazil, 2008) Talino Sirino. Executive Producer of Curitiba Zero Grau (Tigre Filmes e Labo). He was technical advisor of the Education and Culture Commission of the Chamber of Deputies (2010). He was advisor to the board of directors of the National Cinema Agency - Ancine.
He is Secretary of Culture of the City of Curitiba as President of the Cultural Foundation of Curitiba. He is president of the Forum of Municipal Managers of Culture of Cities with more than 500 thousand inhabitants