A Burst of Song - Lia Beltrami & Alberto Beltrami  - Q&A - T.I.F.A. - Year I

A Burst of Song - Lia Beltrami & Alberto Beltrami - Q&A - T.I.F.A. - Year I

Winner of "Silver Anhuma" Award Best Sound Design Documentary. A Burst of Song In the slums of Calcutta, three girls manage to rescue themselves by pursuing their dreams. “When the heart is hard and parched up, come upon me with a shower of mercy. When grace is lost from life, come with a burst of song. Come to me, my lord of silence, with thy peace and rest.” (R. Tagore) This is Kolkata: it vibrates on Tagore's verses, it walks Gandhi's steps, it breathes the love of Mother Teresa. It’s right here where Bharati, Rahima and Sumita were born: under a bridge, along the train station, in the red light zone. Their stories intertwine in the home of the Sisters of Providence, where dreams come true. Rahima became a flight stewardess. Sumita left her abusive husband. Unfortunately Bharati left us before the editing of the film was finished, leaving behind a son. Lia Beltrami Lia Beltrami has received the Golden Lion for Peace 2017 in Venice. She directed 45 documentaries all over the world; she won 60 awards for her films. She is appointed as Representative of Religions for Peace at FAO -UN. She was the artistic director at Vatican Pavilion at Expo Milan 2015, which was awarded as the Pavilion which best developed the theme and she was the artistic director for the photographic exhibition in Expo Astana 2017, Kazakhstan. In 1997 she founded Religion Today Film Festival, the first festival about inter-religious dialogue. She founded the group Women of Faith for Peace in Jerusalem. She wrote 5 books. She is the CEO of the production company Aurora Vision, advisor for Dhaka Film Festival Bangladesh and honorary member of the House of Wisdom, Grenada. Tietê International Film Awards - T.I.F.A. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tietefilmawards/ Site: https://www.tieteinternationalfilmawards.com/ IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/event/ev0033466/2021/1 Filmfreeway: https://filmfreeway.com/TIFAwards Q&A - Year I Question 01 – What were your inspirations for the film and how was the production? Question 02 – With the pandemic, we had greater use of online space in cinema, whether in online festivals such as the T.I.F.A or even streaming movies. How do you see this relationship between Cinema X Internet? Question 03 – Starting from the premise that the future of cinema is guided by each filmmaker, where would you like to take cinema? How do you imagine the future of the seventh art?
As Brabas Do Funk - Women in the Brazilian Funk Scene - Sarah F.Willmeroth & Dika -Q&A-T.I.F.AYearII

As Brabas Do Funk - Women in the Brazilian Funk Scene - Sarah F.Willmeroth & Dika -Q&A-T.I.F.AYearII

Winner of "Silver Anhuma" Award As Brabas Do Funk - Women in the Brazilian Funk Scene "As Brabas do Funk" is the first documentary film by German photographer and filmmaker Sarah Willmeroth. It takes viewers on a 50-minute journey into the music scene and the favelas of Rio de Janeiro. Brazilian funk originated in Rio's favelas in the 70s and has always been tainted with many prejudices; the music and its artists are accused of glorifying drugs and violence as well as sexism. The film sheds light on the female perspective of this male-dominated music scene. It is about the everyday life of five female protagonists who work as DJanes, dancers, singers and agents. They talk about their experiences and the constant pressure to prove themselves. The women debunk myths about favela culture and the infamous "baile funk" parties and send a strong message to all women. So in the end, this film is not just a film about an underrated and often misunderstood music genre, but a film about a cultural movement – feminist, encouraging and empowering. Director Biography - Sarah Franziska Willmeroth Sarah Willmeroth is a german photographer and filmmaker based between Paris and Munich. She started her studies of Photography at Munich University of Applied Sciences in 2017 and moved to Paris for work in 2019. In moving image, Willmeroth focuses on feminist topics. "As Brabas do Funk" is her first feature-length documentary, filmed in the Favelas of Rio de Janeiro. The idea for the project was born during Willmeroth's first stay in Brazil in 2013/14 for a school-exchange year. Tietê International Film Awards - T.I.F.A. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tietefilmaw... Site: https://www.tieteinternationalfilmawa... IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/event/ev0033466/... Filmfreeway: https://filmfreeway.com/TIFAwards Question 01 - What were your inspirations for the film and how was the production and what is it like to film in your country? Question 02 - With the pandemic of the coronavirus we had the greatest use of the Internet in cinema, it was used in festivals and online streaming of films, today we can say that we live in a hybrid model of distribution and access to films. How do you see this scenario for independent filmmakers? Do you think it can help or hinder productions? How much can this affect your future projects and how to adapt or if it is really necessary to adapt? Question 03 - For you, what is the role of cinema for society?