directed by César Meneghetti
GLAUBER, CLARO composes the portrait of the greatest exponent of Brazilian cinema af all times,
Glauber Rocha, in his Italian experience in parallel with his penultimate movie CLARO (1975).
A poetic portrait of the greatest exponent of Brazilian cinema GLAUBER ROCHA, in his Italian experience and his Roman film CLARO (1975). It brings back Rocha and his generation through memories of collaborators and friends who loved him, from his exile years till his rage against Venice Festival 1980’.
DOCUMENTARY DCP/4K - 2020 - Brazil - 80min
ORIGINAL LANGUAGE Portuguese, Italian
PRODUCED BY DRAMA FILMES
Film-maker and visual artist born in São Paulo, he studied in São Paulo (FAAP), London (London Metropolitan University) and Rome (Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia). The work of César Meneghetti is since the end of the nighties characterized by a profound interest on social issues and a constant enquire on forms of language. His art and film works is internationally renowned and exhibited in more than 40 countries, among them: the Venice Biennale, (2013, 2011, 2005), 10th Sharjah Biennial (2011), the Cerveira Biennial (2011), Adriatic Biennial (2006), MAXXI Museum (2015, 2016, 2017) MACRO Museum (1996, 2005 and 2011), MIS - Museum (2009, 2010), MAB (Museum of Brazilian Art), Whitechapel Gallery and Smiths Gallery; Venice Film Festival 66 and 69 (Venice Days), Locarno Film Festival 51, 55 e 60 (Cinéastes du présent).