Havana International Film Festival of Latin American Cinema————————————————————————————— Enraged Pigs (Porcos Raivosos) A short by Isabel Penoni & Leonardo Sette Brazil, 2012, 10 minutes In the Kuikuro language with English subtitles After they find out that their husbands have mysteriously transformed into raging pigs, the women of the village decide to take action.
Official selection, 2012 Cannes Director’s Fortnight
—————————————————————————————Could See a Puma (Pude ver un puma) A short by Eduardo “Teddy” Williams Argentina, 2012, 17 minutes In Spanish with English subtitles “The accident” leads a group of young boys from their neighborhood rooftops through the devastation and the depths of the earth. World premiere, 2012 Cannes Film Festival ————————————————————————————— Bitch (Perra) A short by Alejandra Marquez Mexico, 2012, 7 minutes In Spanish with English subtitles A jealous husband follows his young wife in his mind. Does he have anything to worry about? ————————————————————————————— Gisela Directed by Felipe Sholl Brazil, 2011, 15 minutes World Premiere, Rio International Film Festival Because her husband is always away on business, Gisela (Carla Ribas) ends up spending most of her time alone in her Rio apartment with Luiza, the maid. Strange things begin occurring around the house. Gisela is convinced Luiza is trying to drive her mad. Or is she already mad? ————————————————————————————— Walt Disney Square Directed by Sergio Oliveira & Renata Pinheiro Brazil, 2011, 21 minutes Shot on 35 mm, Color 64th Locarno Film Festival – Official Competition
The real place, the Boa Viagem neighborhood in Recife, encompasses all aspects of the Brazilian way of life, highlighting a reality that is before us but often goes unnoticed.
DAY-IN DAY-OUT (Cotidiano)
Brazil, 2008, 17 minutes
In Portuguese with English subtitles