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448 pages | 1st edition | 2012
Publishing: Teia
Distributing: Teia
Idioms: Portuguese/ English
Year of release: 2012

Presentation
Teia –  a center for audiovisual research and production headquartered in Belo Horizonte – is reaching its ten-year mark. A cause for both celebration and reflection, this aniversary has resulted in this book with never-before-published texts by critics, researchers and filmmakers. Its aim is to construct a critical repertoire on Teia’s production and, more widely, on recent Brazilian filmmaking.

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85 min | Brazil | 2009
Director: Marília Rocha
Distribution: Lume
Languages/ Sound system: Portuguese – Dolby 2.0 and 5.1
Subtitles: Portuguese/ English
Year of Release: 2011
Extras: Shooting notes/ Trailer

Synopsis
In the Espinhaço Mountains one winter, a group of small-town Brazilian girls are experiencing the end of their youth. Impossible romances leave marks on their bodies and the surrounding landscape. Each of the friends finds her own particular way to overcome the loneliness and to live within a tangle of uncertainty.

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80 min | Brazil | 2008
Director: Marília Rocha
Distribution: Lume
Languages/ Sound system: Portuguese – Dolby Digital 2.0 and 5.1
Subtitles: Portuguese, English, Espanish, French
Year of Release: 2011
Extras: Mukanda / Photos / Trailer

Synopsis
After thirty years living in Angola, the Portuguese ethnologist Acácio Vieira, along with his wife Conceição, moves to Brazil bringing with him an extensive archive of the life of people of Angola and Portuguese colonizers. Weaving memories, images and personal stories, the film embarks on an affectionate journey of the couple’s past, while reconstructing a link of the three countries in which they lived.

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73 min | Brazil | 2005
Director: Marília Rocha
Distribution: Lume
Languages/ Sound system: Portuguese – Dolby Digital 2.0 and 5.1
Subtitles: Portuguese, English
DVD Region: Multi-Region
Year of Release: 2010
Extras: Shooting diary/ Audio chants/ Trailer

Synopsis
Brazilian outback, cowboys preserve their age-old customs, communicating with their cattle in a form of plaintive singing known as Aboio. The chant resounds an improvised, ancient form that is an entrance to the life and the imaginary of the ancient Brazilian cattle drivers.

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