Most Popular Titles With Fernando Birri
1. Attila (1954)
80 min | Biography, Drama, History
Attila, the leader of the barbarian Huns and called by the Romans "The Scourge of God", sweeps onto the Italian peninsula, defeating all of the armies of Rome, until he and his men reach the gates of the city itself.
5. Vanishing Landscapes (2012)
75 min | Drama, Mystery
A fictional documentary about three young student filmmakers as they make a movie about an alleged film director living obscurely in a Buenos Aires mental hospital. In their visits to the ... See full summary »
7. Glauber o Filme, Labirinto do Brasil (2003)
80 min | Documentary
Documentary about Brazilian filmmaker Glauber Rocha, one of the most important names in the movement called "Cinema Novo", with interviews with some of his friends and colleagues.
70 min | Documentary
10. Toss Me a Dime (1960)
33 min | Documentary, Short
Everyday the children of the neighborhood known as "Tire Dié", in the city of Santa Fe, wait for the train to ask for money, shouting "Tire dié!" (toss me a dime!) to the passengers. ... See full summary »
Writers: Fernando Birri, Juan Carlos Cabello, María Domínguez, Manuel Horacio Giménez, Hugo Gola, Neri Milesi, Rubén Rodríguez, Enrique Urteaga | Director: Fernando Birri | Stars: Guillermo Cervantes Luro, María Rosa Gallo, Francisco Petrone
11. Entangling Shadows (1998)
Directors: Fernando Birri, Federico García Hurtado, Andrés Marroquín, Jacobo Morales, Pablo Rodríguez Jáuregui, Juan Carlos Tabío, Edmundo Aray, Marcela Fernández Violante, Julio García Espinosa, María Novaro, David Rodríguez, Orlando Senna, Iván Trujillo | Stars: Maria Bethânia, Michael Chanan, Costa-Gavras, Gabriel García Márquez
15. Fable (2012)
13 min | Short, Drama, Romance
One summer afternoon, on the bank of a river, a boy and a girl are starting to meet each other. Landscape and distance are the scenery of a possible beginning.
16. Stones in the Sky (2002)
94 min | Documentary
Documentary about one of the most obscure periods in director Glauber Rocha's life: his exile in Cuba, from 1971 until 1972.