Fronteira Festival
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Programmers

Camilla Margarida

Cultural producer and works since 2012 in different projects connected to diffusion and education of Cinema. One of the founders of BARROCA – Produções Artísticas e Cinematográficas, she works mainly as an Executive Producer and Director of Production. Since the first edition of Fronteira, a festival that takes place in Goiânia, she dedicates herself to researching, programming and curating films. Since the third edition of the festival, she is a part of the commission of selection of the Competitive and Parallel Exhibitions.

Dalila Martins

Researcher and critic of Cinema. She is graduated in Audiovisual in the School of Communications and Arts and has a masters degree in Audiovisual Mediums and Processes, both in the Universidade de São Paulo, where she now realizes her doctorate about the works of Danièle Huillet and Jean-Marie Straub. She was the copywriter of the periodical La Furia Umana. She published in the catalogues Retrospectiva Robert Bresson, Cinema de Garagem,  19º Festival do Filme Documentário e Etnográfico Fórum de Antropologia e Cinema and Mostra Escola: Cidade Aberta. She curated the Exhibitions Breve Historia de la Experimentación Audiovisual Brasileña, Western: Diálogo com os Mortos and 15ª Mostra ABD Cine Goiás. She is a part of the research group History of Experimentation in Cinema and Critic. She already offered courses and speeches at IBRACO, Biblioteca Roberto Santos, Escola da Cidade, MAM-SP, Instituto Tomie Ohtake, Companhia Kiwi de Teatro etc. She exhibited some works in video, among them NU (2011), coauthored by Carlos Fajardo.

Marcelo R. S. Ribeiro

Professor of History and Theories of Cinema and Audiovisual in the School of Communication of the Universidade Federal da Bahia since May 2017. He has a doctorate in Art and Visual Culture from the School of Visual Arts of the Universidade Federal de Goiás (2016), researching Cinema and Human Rights; a masters degree in Social Anthropology from the Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (2008), researching the representations of Africa in the filmography of Tarzan; he graduated in Social Sciences, specializing in Anthropology in the Universidade de Brasília (2005). He is also the founder, author and editor of incinerrante (http://www.incinerrante.com), cofounder, author and editor of a quem interessar possa (http://www.aquem.in), film critic (published in virtual magazines and in newspapers), programmer and curator of exhibitions and festivals (from movieclubs to national and international events).

Rafael Parrode

Programmer, critic and researcher of Cinema. Since 2010, he works as a producer and curator of various exhibitions realized in Goiânia. He was the director and programmer of Cine Cultura, copywriter of the magazine Cinética and is the Artistic Director and Director of Programming of Fronteira since its first edition

Ricardo Roqueto

Cultural producer, film director and musician. He is one of the founders of the band of experimental music Vida Seca, that participated in various soundtracks for film, among them the feature A Noite do Chupacabras (2011). He directed the short films Lutadoras – Histórias e Contradições Urbanas (2006), Interior (2015), Foi Deus Quem Me Deu (2016 – awarded at the Festival do Minuto), Mecânica (2016) e Sorria (2017). As a cultural producer, he works since 2012 in the theater of the Instituto Federal de Goiás in Goiânia. He is a collaborator of Fronteira since its first edition as a subtitler.


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