Glauber Rocha

Born in Vitória da Conquista, Bahia, in 1939. One of the crucial names of Cinema Novo, he directed short films such as O Pátio (1959) and Di Cavalcanti (1977), which won Jury Prize for best short film at the Cannes Film Festival, and feature films such as Black God, White Devil (1964), Entranced Earth (1967), winner of the Golden Leopard at Locarno Film Festival, Antonio das Mortes (1969), winner of best director prize at the Cannes Film Festival; Der Leone Have Sept Cabeças (1970), Claro (1975) and Age of the Earth (1980, 4th Mostra). He was the object of the several documentaries such as Stones in the Sky (2002), by Eryk Rocha, Glauber the Movie, Labyrinth of Brazil (2003, 27th Mostra), by Silvio Tendler, and Glauber, Claro (2020, 44th Mostra), by César Meneghetti. He died in 1981 at the age of 42.

Filmes já exibidos na mostra

  • Der Leone Have Sept Cabeças (35ª MOSTRA)
  • Earth Entranced (33ª MOSTRA)