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Rio Grande do Sul leva três prêmios na 8ª edição do Festival Internacional Pequeno Cineasta

Festival, que aconteceu entre os dias 3 e 20 de outubro no Rio, exibiu 100 curtas feitos por crianças do Brasil e mais 19 países em quatro locais da cidade com entrada franca.   Estimativa de pessoas alcançadas é de aproximadamente 11.500, entre público presente e alunos participantes do projeto Pequeno Cineasta na Escola.   O estado do Rio Grande…

Extended Submission Deadline​ ​to June 10th

Deadline for subscriptions in the 8th International Young Filmmaker Film Festival have been extended!​Dont miss it! ​Send us your short film until June 10thwww.pequenocineasta.com.br/festival/inscricoes​

Award-winning Films 2017

In this seventh edition of the International Little Film Festival we can count on incredible productions from all over the world! Yesterday, at the Awards Ceremony, we met the winners by the votes of the Official Jury and the Popular Jury. And today we make available on our website: pequenocineasta.com.br/festival/filmes/filmes-premiados-2017 Congratulations to all of you! Keep on producing your ideas…

Release opening registrations 8th FIPC

INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL OPENS REGISTRATION IN MARCH Children and young people from all over the world are invited to participate in the competitive show that takes place in Rio in October. From March 25th, those who want to participate in the 8th edition of the International Film Festival (FIPC) can already send their short films to the selection. Created in…

7th International Young Filmmaker Film Festival – Extension of Entries

Festival Internacional Pequeno Cineasta prorroga inscrições de sua sétima edição até dia 30 de julho Idealizado pela produtora e atriz Daniela Gracindo, evento selecionacurtas-metragens dirigidos por crianças e jovens de 8 a 17 anos do mundo inteiro. Com o objetivo de apresentar e qualificar a produção audiovisual infanto-juvenil do Brasil e do mundo, o Festival Internacional Pequeno Cineasta (FIPC)prorroga inscrições…

Pequeno Cineasta International Film Festival’s 7th

Inscriptions open for Pequeno Cineasta International Film Festival’s 7th edition on 13th of april. Created by producer and actress Daniela Gracindo, the FIPC selects short films directed by children and young people from 8 to 17 years old from all over the world. Inscriptions open until July 2nd. In order to present and empower audiovisual productions made by children and…

Brazilian Film Festival 4FIPC submissions deadline extended

The 4th International Children and Young Filmmaker Festival (FIPC), which displays films produced by children and youngsters of 8 to 17 years old, will have its submissions deadline extended until October 1st. The regulation is available on the website http://www.pequenocineastafest.com.br/index_en.html The festival will take place between November5th– 9th in various areas of Rio de Janeiro with free movie screenings. It…

New classes for the Pequeno Cineasta Workshop

Já pensou em assistir um filme pensado e realizado por você em um Festival Internacional? A OFICINA PEQUENO CINEASTA traz a oportunidade para crianças e jovens conhecerem e executarem todas as etapas do processo de filmagem e transformarem suas ideias em filme! Novas turmas, ministradas por Daniela Gracindo, abertas na Barra da Tijuca e na Gávea. Mais informações em pequenocineasta@gmail.com ou…

7 x 1

Screenplay: Isabel Dietz – 12 years old Direction: Isabel Dietz and Marcelo Pudó – 12 and 11 years old Synopsis: Girl helps foreigners find their way home and they become friends. Rio de Janeiro – Brazil – 3 min – fiction https://youtu.be/PsfI5PDW04w

Release Inscriptions for the 6th Festival Internacional Pequeno Cineasta

Release Inscriptions for the 6th Festival Internacional Pequeno

Final results of the contest ‘Sustente sua História’ 2016

A história escolhida para realização do curta-metragem foi a da Julia Muniz! Parabéns, Julia! Você foi contemplada com uma bolsa para a próxima turma da Oficina!! Agora é “Luz, Câmera, Ação!” e que comecem os trabalhos dos nossos Pequenos Cineastas! Confira o vídeo da história vencedora:

Light, camera, action! The Pequeno Cineasta’s is our guests in the studio.

Conversaram com a gente a atriz e diretora Daniela Gracindo, criadora do projeto, e os meninos Rodrigo e Eduardo, que já participaram de oficinas como ator e diretor O projeto mostra porque cinema pode ser coisa de criança. Nas oficinas, idealizadas pela atriz e diretora, Daniela Gracindo, meninos e meninas aprendem a produzir, dirigir, gravar e atuar. Eles trabalham sério,…

Orchids – Botany/Medicine

Script and direction: Colectivo Fotograma 24 students – between 8 and 10 years old Synopsis: The wonderful world of orchids conducted by the observations of children. Alentejo – Portugal – 4 min e 40 sec – animation

The Can of Condensed Milk

Script and direction: Students of Bolivarian school Dr. Jesús Enrique Lossada – between 8 and 12 years old Synopsis: The story of a can of condensed milk. Maracaibo – Venezuela – 3 min– animation

Fantastic 4 Seasons

Script and direction: Children of Primary school Pascoli with 8 years old Synopsis: The animated film reveals the eyes of children who carried out this movie observing the movements of our 4 Seasons. Brescia – Italy – 5 min – animation

Where The Children Play

Screenplay: Felipe Leibold – 15 years old Director: João Pedro Faro and Felipe Leibold – 15 and 11 years old Synopsis: Children gather to defend the place where they usually play. Rio de Janeiro – Brazil – 15  min – fiction

Reforestation

Script and direction: Collective direction of students of Municipal school Rostham Pedro de Farias – between 11 and 17 years old Synopsis: Can Cavalcanti looks like Tijuca forest? Rio de Janeiro – Brazil – 5  min – documentary

The Fisherman

Script and direction: Students of the Public Shool Students of Sobral – between 13 and 17 years old Synopsis: The story of a fisherman who struggles to support his family and then, one day, sees his luck change. Fortaleza – Brazil – 5  min – animation

The Woodcutter

Script and direction: Children of employees of corporation Aço Cearense – between 13 and 17 years old Synopsis: The need for change just so it don’t end up with nature. Fortaleza – Brazil – 2  min e 25 sec – animation

Rubber Ducks

Script and direction: Students of the Municipal School Manoel Cícero – between 15 and 16 years old Synopsis: When everyone works together, the nature is thankful. Rio de Janeiro – Brazil – 3 min e 20 sec – animation

Where Are You Going?

Script and direction: Girls from the Children Hospital of Brécia – between 15 and 17 years old Synopsis: Arianna, Ingrid, Sara and Silvana embarkes on a journey to discover a technique and a text. Aluminé – Italia – 2 min– animation

Sway

Script and direction: Brenda Pagano – 16 years old Synopsis: Francisco is a young guy who suffers from obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). One day he meets Anna, the love of his life, together they are seeking to overcome stuggle of every day life. Buenos Aires– Argentina – 5 min e 30 sec – fiction

Real Junk Food

Script and direction: Young students of Bristol Hospital Education Service – between 14 and 15 years old Synopsis: The Skipchen Café in Bristol donates food that would otherwise be thrown away. Founder and chef, Sam, explains how the process happens. England – UK – 5 min 37 sec – documentary

The Other Girl

Script and direction: Lydiard Park Academia students – between 14 and 15 years old Synopsis: Bobbie begins to realize that everywhere she goes, another girl is always right in front of her. England – UK – 3 min– fiction

Rabbits of Terror

Script and direction: Ezequiel Gonzáles – 17 years old Synopsis: On a dark stomy night, zombies try to find the rabbit chosen to fulfill an intergalatic mission. Santa Fe – Argentina – 8  min e 12 sec – animation

Signs of Love

Script and direction: Luis Febrer – 14 years old Synopsis: The story of a shy young boy who devises a plan to get the girl of his dreams. Madrid – Spain – 10 min – fiction

The Game

Script and direction: 8 students at the animation workshop Camera ETC between 13 and 16 years old Synopsis: This game is so boring that the cheerleaders of the Red Devils decide to raise the standards and take the place of the players. Liége – Belgium – 4 min e 40 sec – animation

A Bit Strange

Script and direction: Young people between 10 and 15 years old Synopsis: Three people are kidnapped by a horde of ninjas and tell how it happened? This story sounds “a bit strange”. Hamburg – Germany – 3 min e 25 sec – fiction

Is That What You Think About Me For Real?

Script and direction: Marcos Fernández – 11 years old Synopsis: A Spanish boy and an another American boy is trying to prevent their brothers stay friends because they think foreignes are different and bad. Sevilha – Spain – 5 min– fiction

What Parents Do

Script and direction: Olvia Ayoub – 12 years old Synopsis: A young boy suspects his parents of getting up to mischief after he goes to bed at night and is determined to catch them out. NSW – Australia – 2 min e 30 sec – fiction

The Boy Who Drew on The Walls

Script and direction: Students of Animation Workshop Animaditos – between 8 and 12 years old  Synopsis: The story of a boy with a great talent that over time becomes a great artist. Maracaibo – Venezuela – 6 min– animation

Mom’s New Boyfriend

Script and direction: children between 10 and 11 years old Synopsis: A single mother wants to live with her boyfriend, but only if her five children agrees. Hamburg – Germany – 5 min e 25 sec – fiction

It is All in Our Mind

Script and direction: Kallou Tzortzina – 12 years old Synopsis: What can we do against bullying? Atenas– Greece – 5 min – fiction

Dreaming or Awake

Script and direction: Benjamin Grimmal – 12 years old Synopsis: Can a boy´s nightmare come true? China and Sweden – 2 min 15 sec – fiction

Bullied

Script and direction: Group of girls between 11 and 12 years old  Synopsis: A girl being bullied by their classmates. But on day she decides that a different attitude that changes everything. Skåne – Sweden – 5 min – fiction

Big Money Surprise

Script and direction: Students from Primary School Penybont – between 8 and 12 years old  Synopsis: Two thieves unwittingly enter a quiz show with amazing results. England – UK – 2 min e 23 sec – fiction

SPLASH!

Script and direction: Students at the Animation Workshop from CAI School – between 8 and 12 years old  Synopsis: War of paintings. Neuquén – Argentina – 1 min – animation

White Room

Script and direction: João Lucas Pedrosa – 17 years old  Synopsis: A man trapped in a white room fights against external forces that impose feminine props. Rio de Janeiro – Rio de Janeiro – 6 min– fiction

First Love

Script and direction: Felipe Leibold – 15 years old Synopsis: An ordinary day by a stop signal, a 10 years old boy experiences unknown sensations. Rio de Janeiro – Rio de Janeiro – 4 min– fiction

Present Indicative

Script and direction: Izabella Barros – 17 years old Synopsis: Reflections on the mistakes we make in life. Miguel Pereira – Rio de Janeiro – 2 min – experimental

Let’s Go Party?

Script and direction: Students from the Escola Municipal Comunidade de Vargem Grande – between 12 and 16 years old  Synopsis: Murilo is invited to a party, where will be some illegal stuff. Rio de Janeiro – RJ – 3 min e 43 sec – fiction

Where I Throw My Trash?

Script and direction: Students from the Escola Parque Barra – between 15 and 16 years old  Synopsis: The young students learn that the trash they produce, should not be thrownt in the wrong places. Rio de Janeiro – RJ – 4 min 15 sec – animation

The Stranger “Me”

Script and direction: Jhoatan P. Siqueira – 15 years old   Synopsis: A troubled teen with his constant thoughts about life one day stopped to think who he is. He doesn’t know, and surely this is the most disturbing question that he already thought of in his life. Afonso Claudio – Espírito Santo – 1 min 36 sec – documentary

Destiny

Script and direction: Dudu Guimas – 13 years old Synopsis: The boy gives life to a character full of personality on his Clipboard. But it’s not always the Creator who controls the fate of their creations. Rio de Janeiro – Rio de Janeiro – 5 min – animation

Heart on Sale

Screenplay: Ester R. Alves – 13 years old Director: Tachieli M. Lopes – 17 years old Synopsis: In a supermarket, a boy experiences all the fickleness of love in adolescence. Porto Alegre – Rio Grande do Sul – 3 min– fiction

How We See the Internet

Screenplay and direction: Yuri Capini and Pedro Marco – 16 and 14 years old Synopsis: Produced and directed by students with reduce vision, the film depicts diverse visions about the Internet and new social media in contemporary times. Rio de Janeiro – Rio de Janeiro – 6 min – documentary

The English Class

Screenplay: Rafaela de Farias Verdan – 16 years old Director: Lara Muniz Pereira Soares – 15 years old Synopsis: Inspired by the Rubem Braga’s   eponymous tale, the film reveals the imagination. of a student who will go far to decipher a challenge made by his teacher in the classroom. Rio de Janeiro – Rio de Janeiro – 3 min – fiction

The Class

Screenplay: Hélio Oliveira Silva – 16 years old Director: Vito Santiago Fernandes de Lima – 16 years old Synopsis: The story is a typical day in a class that could be anywhere for any age. Recife – Pernambuco – 2 min e 30 sec – animation

Without Abrasive

Script and direction: Students of the project “Cine Coelce”  – between 8 and 12 years old Synopsis: A warning about the danger of flying kites near the electrical network. Fortaleza – Ceará – 5 min – animation

Penedo

Script and direction: Students of the Municipal School Anacleta Schneider Lucas – between 8 and 9 years. Synopsis: A girl who dreamed of being able to fly. Vitória – Espírito Santo – 2 min e 26 sec – animation

Corners of Rio

Script and direction: students of Escola Parque Barra – between 8 and 12 years old Synopsis: A tribute to 450 years of the city of Rio de Janeiro. Rio de Janeiro – RJ – 2 min e 30 sec – animation

The Dream

Script and direction: João Rio da Silva Pereira – 11 years old Synopsis: Pedro has a dream where his character will not have calm days. Florianópolis – Santa Catarina – 4 min – fiction

The Animal From the Hole

Script and direction: Students of the Municipal School Benônio Falcão de Gouveia – between 10 and 12 years old Synopsis: The film it’s about the ancient Itaúnas Village that housed about two thousand people, before being buried by the dunes. Vitória – Espírito Santo – 3 min – animation

Man to Man Talk

Script and Direction: Pedro Almeida – 11 years old Synopsis: A boy tries to scare sister boyfriend on the day of their date. Rio de Janeiro – RJ – 7 min – fiction

Charles Nelson On “The TV”

Script and Director: Nissim Chammah – 11 years old Synopsis: The friends Nelson and Charles are watching TV when it suddenly turns off. São paulo – SP – 2 min – fiction

The Little Cloud

Script and Direction: Students of the Art School Workshop Granada – between 8 and 9 years old Synopsis: A cloud hurdles over the rural settlement of São Pedro da Serra, in the mountainous region of Rio de Janeiro, and what it sees? The children respond to that question. Nova Friburgo – RJ – 2 min – animation

The Scape

Script and direction: students of 5º and 6º year of E.M. José Aparecido do Prado Sarti – between 8 and 12 years old Synopsis: A film about loneliness, dating and making movies. Rio de Janeiro – RJ – 8 min e 20 sec – fiction

Where The Children Play

Screenplay: Felipe Leibold – 15 years old Director: João Pedro Faro and Felipe Leibold – 15 and 11 years old Synopsis: Children gather to defend the place where they usually play. Rio de Janeiro – Brazil – 15 min – fiction

Rubber Ducks

Script and Directed by: Students of the Municipal School Manoel Cícero – between 15 and 16 years Synopsis: When everyone works together, the nature  is thankfoul. Rio de Janeiro – Brazil – 3 min e 20 sec – animation

Party On the Island

Script and direction: Anna Luiza Pereira- 10 years old  Synopsis: Some friends are preparing a surprise for Luisa. Rio de Janeiro – Brazil – 6 min e 20 sec – fiction

Indecision

Screenplay: Cora Pegurier – 9 years old Director: Cora Pegurier and Danilo Jordão – 9 and 12 years old Synopsis: A group of friends talk about which story they will shoot. Rio de Janeiro – Brazil – 1 min e 43 sec – fiction

Where Does the Trail Lead

Screenplay: Pedro Enne – 9 years old Director: Pedro Enne and Nicole Derin – 9 years old Synopsis: A boy finds a trail that leads him to an unexpected place. Rio de Janeiro – Brazil – 4 min – fiction

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