Films



Muiraquitã

Contest Name :The Voyeur, Submission Date :08-24-2007, Uploaded By : Daniel
Directed By :  Daniel Barosa, student,Argentina,
Shot On: Sony DCR-TRV240, Edited On: Adobe Premiere,  Crew Members: 1  Duration: 2.62 mins
, , Brazil   Views: 253
Inspiration: The jewel muiraquitã from the book, Macunaíma. It was stolen, so the main character had to travel the country(Brazil) in search of it.
Other Info: We filmed about 3 hours of material and tried to show all the cultural and physical diversity you can find in São Paulo, Brazil.
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DanielI loved your previous work too [ and had shortlisted that one ] This is visually spectacular as well and I wish I was in Sao Paulo!! Interesting cultural nugget about the Jewel and the Book....can be easily made into a feature, -"YOU by Khan and Kavita" 
I think you have some great images that work well with the music, maybe I would have enyoed some story, but it kept me watching. If you have a chance watch my short SEE and tell me what you think. 
The score is good and the short works perfect for a music video. 
Yes! very spectacular. We can fell the Brasil in those images mouving. Amazing editing. Very good short film.Fée, page 2. 
I like video-visual with music good luck "Voyeur by Divakar Ghodake" 
awesome shots daniel! i really liked the way you edited this. everything seemed to flow pretty well! your music did an excellent job pacing the movie. - Daanish (Public Service Announcement) 
Really made me want to go back to Brazil. I'd forgotten how much the people make that country special. (Nate Bower - "Safe" - pg. 4) 
love the music and editing. the time-play is really nice. very nicely put together piece! check out "plastic dream" sonia 
Yes, we are in the same way, documentary, showing our countrys just in few moments. I like it very much. good luck 
its nace i like 
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