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52nd edition from May 13 to 23, 2020

Gitirana

Fortnight 1976, Feature film, 1h30

Synopsis

… Hier, l’habitant du Nordeste devait abandonner ses terres par manque d’eau. Aujourd’hui, ce sont les inondations qui l’expulsent… Privé de ses racines, le Peuple continue de rester fidèle à ses traditions et à ses croyances, tandis que le progrès s’impose grâce au pouvoir de l’argent…
Jorge BODANSKY et Orlando SENNA

Directors

Jorge Bodansky

Following « Iracema, uma transa amazônica », Georges Sadoul prize in 1975, and selected at the Critics’ Week in Cannes 1976, « Gitirana » is Jorge Bodansky’s second feature film. He was before cinematographer on some 12 long feature, and worked on and directed numerous short films.

Orlando Senna

Working for the stage and cinema, Orlando Senna, originally from the Nordeste and born in 1940, directed his irst feature film in 1969 : « A Construção da Morte ». With Jorge Bodansky, he directed « Iracema, uma transa amazônica » (1974) and « Gitirana » (1976), a mix of fiction and actual reporting. He also directed around 20 sort films. He wrote the script of Hector Babenco’s « O Rei da Noite » (1975), Geraldo Sarno’s « Coronel Delmiro Gouveia » (1977) ; was cinema professor in Cuba and Brazil, and worked as journalist.

Conceiçao Senna
Gaston Caldes
José Gonsalves Da Silva
les Populations du Nordeste
Waldir Ramos

Scénario
Orlando Senna

Image
Jorge Bodansky

Montage
Eva Grundmann

Musique
Folklore brésilien

Production : STOP FILM