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Venice Film Festival / Imovision with three award-winning films

Venice Film Festival / award-winning films that will be launched in Brazil by Imovision: ARAB BLUES; GLORIA MUNDI and "Babenco - Someone has to listen to the heart and say: Stopped".

ARAB BLUES - BEST FILM CHOSEN BY THE PUBLIC – DAYS AUTHORS / 2019

Synopsis:

The psychoanalyst Selma deals with a large number of new patients, after returning from France to Tunisia and open a clinic. This sophisticated comedy, Manele Labidi opens a window into the fascinating modern Tunisia, with a history full of contrasts, contradictions and cultural clashes, full of vitality and mood.

Original title: Diván Tunis
Direction: Official Momo Labbe
Screenplay: Official Momo Labbe
Production: Jean-Christophe Reymond
Photography: Laurent Brunet
Edition: Yorgos Lamprinos
Music: Flemming Nordkrog
Costumes:
Genus: Comedy
Country: France
Year: 2019
COLOR
Duration: 88 minutes

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List: Golshifteh Farahani, Hichem Yacoubi, Majd Mastoura

Original title: Diván Tunis
Direction: Official Momo Labbe
Screenplay: Official Momo Labbe
Production: Jean-Christophe Reymond
Photography: Laurent Brunet
Edition: Yorgos Lamprinos
Music: Flemming Nordkrog
Costumes:
Genus: Comedy
Country: France
Year: 2019
COLOR
Duration: 88 minutes
Rating: the check

GLORIA MUNDI - ARIANE ascaride - BEST ACTRESS

Synopsis:

in Marseille, a family meets for the birth of baby Gloria, and despite the joy, they face hard times.
With a new business idea, the ambitious uncle Gloria has what may be a solution to the problems.

Original title: Glory of the world
Direction: Robert Guédiguian
Screenplay: Robert Guédiguian
Serge Valletti
Production: you Film & You, Marc Border, Robert Guédiguian
Photography: Pierre Milon
Edition:
Music:
Costumes:
Genus: Drama
Country: France
Year: 2019
Duration: 107 minutes

"Babenco - Someone has to listen to the heart and say: Stopped", Barbara Paz, won the award for Best Documentary at the Mostra Venice Classics in the 76th Venice International Film Festival Film. ). The film is produced by Barbara Paz, Myra Babenco and brothers Caio Gullane and Fabiano Gullane. The documentary is a HB Films production, in co-production with Gullane Films and Ava, Lusco Fusco, Globo Filmes, GloboNews and Canal Brazil.

SYNOPSIS:

"I have lived my death, now we just need to make a movie about it "- said the filmmaker Hector Babenco Barbara Paz, realizing that he had no long life. She accepted the mission and carried out the last wish fellow: be protagonist of his own death.
This loving immersion in the life of filmmaker, ele undressing, aware, in intimate and painful situations. Reveals fears and anxieties, but also memories, reflections and fables, a confrontation between intellectual vigor and physical fragility that marked his life.
The first cancer, at 38 until death, at 70 years, Babenco made the food and medicine cinema to continue living. Tell me when I die is the first film but Barbara Paz, also, in a way, Hector late work – a film about film not to die ever.

FACTSHEET:
Direction: Barbara Paz
List: Hector Babenco, Willem Dafoe, Barbara Paz
Screenplay: Maria Camargo, Barbara Paz
Director of photography: Stefan Ciupek, Carolina Coast, Barbara Paz
Assembly: Cao Guimarães and Barbara Paz
Mounting Consulting: Yael Bitton
Supervision Sound Editing: Miriam Biderman, ABC ; Rodrigo Ferrante
Original Soundtrack: The Grivo
associate producer: Willem Dafoe and Petra Costa
Production: HB Movies
coproduction: Gullane and Ava Movies, Lusco Fusco, Globo Filmes, Globonews, Channel Brazil
producers: Barbara Paz, Myra Babenco, Caio Gullane and Fabiano Gullane
distribution Brazil: Imovision
producing and directing shows and movies. The Documentary "Babenco – Someone has to listen to the heart and say: He stopped "is his first feature film.

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