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Glauber Rocha (I) (1939–1981)


He studied Law. He also directed theatre pieces, wrote movie criticisms and took part in the creation and development of the 'cinema novo' movement in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, becoming its theoretical leader and first embassador in Europe. After "Barravento (1962)", a trilogy of films and "Antonio das Mortes (1969)" he won various international ... See full bio »

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(1980)
Entranced Earth Director
(1967)
(1969)
(1964)

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 1979 Jorge Amado no Cinema (Documentary)
 1977 Di Cavalcanti (Short documentary)
 1975 As Armas e o Povo (Documentary) (uncredited)
 1975 Claro
 1973 História do Brasil (Documentary)
 1972 Câncer
 1968 1968 (Documentary short)
 1966 Maranhão 66 (Short documentary)
 1965 Amazonas, Amazonas (Short documentary)
 1962 Barravento
 1959 A Cruz na Praça (Short)
 1959 Pátio (Short)
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The camera is an object that lies.

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Has the distinction of being the only Brazilian director to have more than one film listed in the book "1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die" by Steven Jay Schneider. Films listed are: Black God, White Devil (1964) and Entranced Earth (1967). See more »

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