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He speaks of his liberal-minded parents and wonderful education. His long career as a director, which consists of over 20 narrative and documentary features and more than a dozen short films, encompasses many different styles: Dos Santos concludes by pondering the proudest moments of his filmmaking career and offering words of wisdom to aspiring Brazilian filmmakers. He talks about his affiliations to the Brazilian Communist Party and shares his journey from studying law to working as a journalist and film critic to finally making films. His work paved the way for a type of cinema that exposed a rarely explored Brazilian reality concerning class inequity, poverty and racism. He talks about living in Rio and how experiencing life in the Jacarezinho neighborhood inspired him to make Rio, 40 graus Rio, Degrees F. In doing so, he has created films that have indisputably won over audiences across the globe: As varied as his oeuvre might seem, he has remained truthful to the ideal of producing a Brazilian cinema to be seen in Brazil.

He credits his great schoolteachers for encouraging his love of Brazilian literature. Latino Film Culture in Los Angeles Reminiscing over the first book his father ever bought him, The Poetry of Machado de Assis , he describes his background as more literary than cinematic. Dos Santos shares his experiences of working alongside influential people from the Brazilian motion picture industry. He talks about his affiliations to the Brazilian Communist Party and shares his journey from studying law to working as a journalist and film critic to finally making films. From City Symphonies to Neorealist classics to Tropicalismo masterpieces, his films cover a broad range of genres that have evolved and diversified over time to garner both national and international prominence. Nelson Pereira dos Santos born is a Brazilian director, screenwriter, editor and producer, often considered the Godfather of Cinema Novo.

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He asserts that this film, with its emphasis on social equality and intellectualism, paved the way for Cinema Novo. Brazilian popular culture and the best Brazilian literary traditions. He speaks of his admiration for Brazilian writers Jorge Amado and Graciliano Ramos and asserts his belief that cinema should serve literature. Films addressed at length during the interview include Rio, 40 graus Rio, Degrees F.

Dos Santos concludes by pondering the proudest moments of his filmmaking career and offering words of wisdom to aspiring Brazilian filmmakers. From City Symphonies to Neorealist classics to Tropicalismo masterpieces, his films cover a broad range of genres that have evolved and diversified over time to garner both national and international prominence.

He talks about his affiliations to the Cinea Communist Party and shares his journey from studying law to working as a journalist and film critic to finally making films.

He speaks of his liberal-minded parents and wonderful education. Dos Santos shares his experiences of working alongside influential people from the Brazilian motion picture industry.

His work paved the way for a type of cinema that exposed a rarely explored Brazilian reality concerning class inequity, poverty and racism.

Starting with his first film, the documentary short Juventudehe reflects on his career as a filmmaker. His long career as a director, which consists of over 20 narrative and documentary features and more than a dozen short films, encompasses many different styles: Throughout the mocniho he emphasizes that his films seek to represent two extremes: As varied as his oeuvre might seem, he has remained truthful to the ideal of producing a Brazilian cinema to be seen in Brazil.

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Nelson Pereira dos Santos born is a Brazilian director, screenwriter, editor and producer, cofra considered the Godfather of Cinema Novo.

Latino Film Culture in Los Angeles In doing so, he has created films that have indisputably won over audiences across the globe: He talks about living in Rio and how experiencing life in the Jacarezinho neighborhood inspired cinsma to make Rio, 40 graus Rio, Degrees F.

Rio, 40 graus Rio, Degrees F.

He credits his great schoolteachers for encouraging his love of Brazilian literature. Reminiscing over the first book his father ever bought him, The Poetry of Machado de Assishe describes his background as more literary than cinematic.

He describes his year-long friendship with director and screenwriter Glauber Rocha, expresses his gratitude to director and producer Moacyr Fenelon for being such a remarkable advocate for Brazilian cinema, and credits director Humberto Mauro for lending him the camera on which he shot mocinyo first film.