LOGA - Mars Projections (2020)

It is an appropriation film essay that reflects on humans and their projections on the red planet. The film deals with the relations between Brazil and Mars, presenting the images of the ... See full summary »

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Jane de Almeida

Writer:

Jane de Almeida

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It is an appropriation film essay that reflects on humans and their projections on the red planet. The film deals with the relations between Brazil and Mars, presenting the images of the artist Henrique Alvim Correia who illustrated the book War of the Worlds by Wells, embodying the first Martians in an imaginary way. Correia's Martians inspired Spielberg in his 2005 version of War of the Worlds. There is speculation that the Red Star is not only the origin of communist symbols around the world, but also represents the utopia of early twentieth-century socialism and the red fear of the cold war. In Brazil, Mars is projected in Niemeyer's architecture, in the songs of Elis Regina, Caetano Veloso and Elza Soares, in addition to the Martian expedition from Mato Grosso endured by Narciso Genovese. From a phase of telescopic observation, when Tesla and Marconi believed they could communicate with the Martians, science advances to a robotic phase that disallows the presence of inhabitants, ... Written by Jane de Almeida

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Official Sites:

Witz Cultural [Brazil]

Country:

Brazil

Language:

Portuguese

Release Date:

21 March 2020 (Brazil) See more »

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Budget:

BRL140,000 (estimated)
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12-Track Digital Sound (RCA Sound System)

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Color (4K)
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