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Blog do escritor Luís Soares

Shut Up Kiss Me (Hold Me Tight)

Written and Directed by Angel Olsen (with collaborative input from Ashley Connor and Jethro Waters)
Director of Photography: Ashley Connor
Edited by Jethro Waters and Angel Olsen

Special thanks to: Madalyn Wofford, Charles Williamson, Elana Riback, Lauren Van Epps, Devyn Marzoula, Meredith Lyon, Madelyn Anderson, Magnolia House, The Double Crown & Tarwheels Skateway

The Childhood Of A Leader

The Childhood of a Leader is a 2015 historical mystery drama film, written, produced and directed by Brady Corbet, and is Corbet's feature film directorial debut. It is loosely based on Jean-Paul Sartre's short story The Childhood of a Leader, published in 1939 as a collection of short stories titled The Wall, and John Fowles's 1965 novel The Magus. Corbet co-wrote the screenplay with his wife Mona Fastvold, and filmed both an English and a French language version.

Apart from Corbet, Chris Coen from Unanimous Entertainment, Antoine de Clermont-Tonnerre from MACT Productions, Helena Danielsson from Hepp Film and Istvan Major also served as producers on the film.

The film chronicles the childhood of a fascist leader during World War I. Production began in early 2015, in Budapest, Hungary.The film had its world premiere in-competition (Horizon section) at 72nd Venice International Film Festival on 5 September 2015 and won two awards at the festival; Best Debut film and Best Director.

Melingo - En un Bosque de la China

Like an illusionist straight out of a Borges novella, Melingo is back, with his voice, his clarinet and his sense of drama. Listening to ‘Anda’ is like enjoying a Fellini film with your eyes closed, losing yourself in a display of sound designed as a suite of baro- que scenes in which each piece pulsates and destabilises us. In it, the original tango is reborn, a little as if Carlos Gardel was at the centre of a form of arty neo-rock fiction, with a gallery of characters featuring Erik Satie and Serge Gainsbourg among the spectres the Argentinian actor and poet conjures forth.