Director: Marcos Bonisson, Khalil Charif
Brazil | 2020 | Portuguese With English Subtitles | 9:37 min

*Geo-blocked for viewing in Canada only.

Experimental film made through a collage of current and archive images in Super 8 and digital, set in a Copacabana as an epicenter of intercultural, social and sensory experiences. Narrated by the significant speech of the poet Fausto Fawcett, and sonorized by the musician Arnaldo Brandão

Película experimental realizada a través de un collage de imágenes actuales y de archivo en Super 8 y digital, ambientada en una Copacabana como epicentro de experiencias interculturales, sociales y sensoriales. Narrado por el significativo discurso del poeta Fausto Fawcett, y sonorizado por el músico Arnaldo Brandão

Marcos Bonisson, Khalil Charif

Marcos Bonisson is an artist with a Master degree in Science of Art (UFF) and PhD student in Contemporary Art Studies (UFF). He participated in the 27th São Paulo Biennial (2006) and BIENALSUR (Argentina, 2019). He published the 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, artist, born in Rio de Janeiro, 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.