Kleber Mendonça Filho at IFFR
Kleber MENDONÇA FILHO (1968, Brazil) is a film journalist (for CinemaScópio) and a prolific filmmaker. In his work, he focuses on love and fear. At IFFR 2007, five of his short films were presented in a 'Short Profile'. Neighbouring Sounds (2012) was his long-awaited first feature. In 2016, his second, Aquarius, premiered in Cannes. His latest feature Bacurau, co-directed with Juliano Dornelles, won the Jury Prize at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival.
(selection) Enjaulado/Caged In (1997, short), A menina do algodao/The Little Cotton Girl (2003, short), Vinil verde/Green Vinyl (2004, short), Eletrodoméstica (2005, short), Noite de sexta manhã de sábado/Friday Night Saturday Morning (2006, short), Critico (2008, doc), Luz industrial magica (2009, short), Recife frio/Cold Tropics (2010, short), O som ao redor/Neighbouring Sounds (2012), A Copa do Mundo no Recife/The World Cup in Recife (2015, short), Aquarius (2016), Bacurau (2019, co-dir)
More info: Wikipedia, Kleber Mendonça Filho