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Seu Jorge of ‘The Life Aquatic’ Announces David Bowie Covers Tour

15 August 2016 2:38 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Wes Anderson’s underrated 2004 film “The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou” follows Steve Zissou (Bill Murray), an eccentric oceanographer, and his large crew on a revenge mission to kill a rare “jaguar shark” that murdered his partner. In the film, Brazilian singer Seu Jorge plays Pelé dos Santos, a member of Zissou’s crew, who memorably sings Portuguese acoustic covers of David Bowie songs. Jorge later released a collection of these covers on an album entitled “The Life Aquatic Studio Sessions Featuring Seu Jorge.” Bowie himself remarked about Jorge’s covers, “Had Seu Jorge not recorded my songs in Portuguese I would never have heard this new level of beauty which he has imbued them with.”

Read More: The 8 Essential Movie Performances Of David Bowie

Now, Jorge has announced a tour where he will play these Bowie covers live. According to Pitchfork, images from “The Life Aquatic” will play on screens shaped like boat sails. »

- Vikram Murthi

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José Padilha Laments ‘RoboCop’ Remake, Says ‘I Didn’t Have The Creative Freedom I Needed’

20 July 2016 1:16 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Brazilian director and producer José Padilha keeps himself busy nowadays with many film and TV projects after his big Hollywood break with a modern remake of Paul Verhoeven’s 1987 film “RoboCop.” Released in 2014, the film was a commercial success but garnered mostly mixed to negative reviews. N0w in an interview with ScreenDaily, Padilha admits that making “RoboCop” was a “stressful experience.” “I didn’t have the creative freedom I needed,” says Padilha. “I spent 90% of the time fighting. It made me realize that making a studio movie is not the same as making a film.” Padilha also says that he would “think a million times before getting involved in another production of that size again,” and that he’d “rather face the reality than make movies about superheroes.”

Read More: Review: ‘RoboCop’ Starring Joel Kinnaman, Gary Oldman, Abbie Cornish, Samuel L. Jackson, Michael Keaton & More

Padilha previously directed the »

- Vikram Murthi

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Cisneros Media Distribution To rep Brazil’s Movie Royalty, the Barretos (Exclusive)

24 May 2016 1:56 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Miami-based Cisneros Media Distribution (Cmd) has snagged exclusive worldwide representation rights to the award-winning slate of Brazil’s first family of cinema, the Barreto clan. Deal follows a similar pact recently unveiled at the L.A. Screenings with Brazilian indie production powerhouse, Medialand.

“We are extremely proud to represent these unique work of art that reflect so many different times of Brazilian cinema,” said Marcello Coltro, executive VP of Cisneros Media Distribution. “The Barreto family members – Luiz Carlos and Lucy and their children, Bruno, Fabio and Paula – are internationally renowned for having produced, written, directed and filmed movies that have received many awards and a vast gallery of fans in the globe,” said Coltro, who is also Brazilian.

Among the gems in the Barreto catalog is “Dona Flor and Her Two Husbands,” helmed by Bruno Barreto and produced by his parents. Starring Sonia Braga, “Dona Flor” topped Brazil’s box office ranking for 35 years, »

- Anna Marie de la Fuente

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Mundial eyes Cannes sales on 'Special Operations'

3 May 2016 11:19 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Cristina Garza and her team will introduce worldwide buyers on the Croisette to the Brazilian thriller.

Tomas Portella directed Special Operations (Operações Especiais), about an elite crime-fighting unit in Rio.

When a female recruit arrives and must prove her worth she solves a crime that sparks celebration among the town’s inhabitants.

However it soon becomes clear that more powerful forces are at work and the community’s elite houses a corrupt core that does not appreciate the unit’s respect for the law.

Cleo Pires, Fabrício Boliveira from Elite Squad: The Enemy Within, Marcos Caruso, and Fabíula Nascimento star.

Mauro Lima, Tomas Portella and Martina Rupp wrote the screenplay, and Rodrigo Castellan and Lucas de Andrade served as producers. Paris Filmes distributed Special Operations in Brazil.

Mundial is a co-venture between Mexican producer and distributor Canana and Im Global. »

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