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A Invenção Do Outro / La invención del Otro

An Amazon expedition by the National Foundation of Indigenous Peoples (FUNAI), and led by Bruno Pereira, seeks to establish contact with the isolated Korubo tribe and reunite them with other family members.


Bruno Jorge studied Social Communication in São Paulo, Brazil, Documentary Film in Paris, France, and a Masters in Performing Arts in Liège, Belgium. Since 2003 he has made very independently over 20 films of different genres, including shorts and feature length films, influenced by visual arts, experimental cinema and ethnography. In 2013 the French Cinematheque honored Bruno with a retrospective of his short film work. His films have been selected for important festivals such as Cannes, Rotterdam, Clermont-Ferrand and Visions du Réel. The last film "Piripkura" (cinematography and co-direction) premiered at IDFA where it received the Human Rights Prize, and also the best film by official juries at the Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival, Docville International Documentary Film Festival, and Cartagena International Film Festival.


Jury Award Best Intl’ Documentary – Docville Int’l Documentary Film Festival, Belgium
Best Latin American Film – The Human Rights Film Festival Sucre, Bolivia
Best Portuguese Doc – The Cineeco, Serra Da Estrela Int’l Environmental Festival, Portugal
Lasa Award of Merit in Film – Latin American Studies Film Festival, Colombia
Special Mention – Nancy International Film Festival, France
Special Mention – Biarritz Latin International Film Festival, France
Audience Award – Brazilian Film Festival Milan – Brazil Agenda, Italy
Best Editing, Cinematography & Sound - Brasília International Film Festival (BIFF), Brazil
Best Film and Audience Award – Ecofalante Environmental Film Festival, Brazil
Sheffield International Documentary Festival, United Kingdom
Vienna International Film Festival, Austria
Hamburg International Film Festival, Germany
Vancouver International Film Festival, Canada


Catalog # EPF16069 ● ISBN: 978-1-963201-08-6 ● UPC: 6-82086-16069-6 ● NTSC

103 Minutes ● Copyright 2022 ● English