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A series of documentaries produced at Haiti, Paraguay and other countries, sponsored by the IDB Development Programs.
At these samples, I've managed the production and post-production.
At Haiti, it was a total of 4 short docs produced in 2 weeks, while at Paraguay were 2 docs in 2 weeks.
The production company which I am an Associate Producer is based at São Paulo, but produces contents all over South, Central and North America. Now in 2020 we've just opened a new base in Europe.
I was messing around with a low-fy camera at a friend's bike shop. After editing, a good friend and art director excited about it, created the graphic content. Then I invited 9 different motion artists - and also good friends - to animate it. In the end, the video was a gift for the bike shop that thanked us with lots of their craft beer. It was a very happy day for all :D
Meteorological Radar Installation Timelapse
This short movie was shooted with two amazing photography directors, using entirely the timelapse technique, which I’m a worshiper. The right technique allows us to see things that otherwise would never be possible. The right frame interval and camera movements, keep the flow according to the action, no matter if it’s just a couple of minutes or the Milk Way movement axis during the whole night.
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I love the liberty of directing 3D animation, this video was made at the studio I've managed during 3 years. What I like about animation, is that in many ways, it still is a craft art. The real challenge is to create a ground for every professional to perform at their best.
Check out the studio portfolio: cafundo.tv
Freestyling one morning with an old camera and my very talented friend, François.
A short doc that won a prize at Planeta.DOC, an international socio-environmental film festival.
It was produced in 24h!
Ad for Nestlé
A classic language for a classic brand.
tener un cuerpo es la permanente posibilidad de perder el equilibrio
Every time we chose to break the settled of daily living, we have to face our human fragility. It's necessary to put ourselves at the edge to understand what we are capable of achieving.
This is a conceptual video that was presented as an art installation.
S C R E E N W R I T I N G
Screenwriting means write for the screen.
In comparison, a screenplay looks more like a musical score than with a book. The proposal is not to be a finished product, but a guide for other artists. It is a unique literary form, different from any other type of writing.
A film is a story told in a VISUAL and AUDIBLE way. That's why when we write for the screen, we have to focus on describing what people will SEE and HEAR. A good screenplay still carries emotion, but it is richer in instructions rather than poetics descriptions. It keeps space for others to build upon it.
Besides working as a producer, screenwriting has always being a passion where I've found the perfect scenario to mix my field expertise with the chance to create beautiful ways of telling stories.
My specialty is writing with a "producible oriented" mindset. Not like someone who writes without having any idea if it will be possible to do, I know exactly what it takes to produce it, and how far a screenplay can go.
ORDINARY LIFE AS A HUMAN BEING
A man needs to travel. By his own means, not by stories, images, books or TV. By his own, with his eyes and feet, to understand what is his. To someday plant his trees and give them some value. To know the cold to enjoy the heat. To feel the distance and lack of shelter to be well under his own ceiling. A man needs to travel to places he doesn't know to break this arrogance that makes us see the world as we imagine it, and not simply as it is or could be. That makes us teachers and doctors of what we have never seen when we should just be learners, and simply go see it.
- Amyr Klink