BrLab 2016

Master Classes

Check out BrLab’s Marter Classes:

    Master class with Rodrigo Teixeira

    Topic: International production

    Rodrigo Teixeira is one of the most renowned Brazilian audiovisual producers in the international market. His vast experience includes several productions and co-productions of feature films and series in Brazil and abroad. In his master class, drawing from his own experience and personal trajectory, he will share part of the strategies that he applies to the successful development and viability of projects.
     
    Oct/22 – Saturday • 5-7pm
    CPF – SESC | R. Dr. Plínio Barreto, 285 – Bela Vista

    • Rodrigo Teixeira

    • Producer. He is the founder of RT Features, a film and television production company. His productions include the feature films O Abismo Prateado (2010), Frances Ha (2013) Alemão (2014), Severina (2017) and Call Me By Your Name (2017). In 2016, Rodrigo joined the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in the U.S., responsible for the Oscars.

    Master class with Eliseo Altunaga

    Topic: Screenplay – structure and characters

    As a script professor and consultant, Eliseo Altunaga is currently one of the most renowned professionals in the international arena. He is also the Script Department dean at the Escuela Internacional de Cine y Televisión de San Antonio de los Baños – EICTV, and head associate professor at the Instituto Superior de Arte de Havana. In his master class – recommended for both professional and amateur writers – Eliseo will talk about the script structure and how it relates to the characters, a fundamentally important aspect of the scriptwriting and development process.
     

    Oct/27 – Thursday • 7-9pm
    CPF – SESC | R. Dr. Plínio Barreto, 285 – Bela Vista

    • Eliseo Altunaga

    • Scriptwriter, narrator and consultant. Dean of the Script Department at EICTV and scriptwriting professor at Universidade de la Havana (Cuba). He wrote several feature films, series and novels. Among his works, Violeta se Fue a los Cielos - awarded in Huelva and Sundance -, Machuca, Tony Manero and No - nominated as Best Foreign Film for the Oscars – stand out.