Director: Marcos Bonisson, Khalil Charif Country: Brazil Genre: Documentary, Experimental Runtime: 14 m Block K Screening: Close Up Cinema 23.08 Time: 3-4.30pm
This documentary film set in the neighborhood of Copacabana, Brazil, elaborated through a collage of current and archive images (Super 8 and digital). An experimental work narrated by the significant speech of the poet Fausto Fawcett, and sonorised by the musician Arnaldo Brandão.
Marcos Bonisson is an artist with a Master’s degree in the Science of Art (UFF). He participated in the 27th São Paulo Biennial (2006) and has published several books: Arpoador (2011), Pulsar (2013) and ZigZag (2018). His most recent solo exhibitions were at the Museum of Modern Art in Rio de Janeiro (MAM-Rio, 2013) and the Maison Européenne de la Photographie (MEP-Paris, 2015). Khalil Charif is an artist born in Rio de Janeiro. He attended the Escola de Artes Visuais do Parque Lage, in his hometown, and obtained a post-graduate degree in Art History at PUC-Rio. Among his exhibitions are: “Triennale of Contemporary Art”, Czech Rep., 2008; “Dublin Biennial”, Ireland, 2014; “XIX Bienal de Cerveira”, Portugal, 2017; “BIENALSUR”, Argentina, 2019.