Director of photography:
Antonio Saboia (Daniel)
Pedro Fasanaro (Sara/Robson)
Daniel is an exemplary policeman, but he ends up making a mistake that puts his career and honor at risk. Without seeing a sense in keep living in Curitiba, he leaves there looking up for Sara, the woman with whom he relates to virtually.
The project was presented at the Venice Gap-Financing Market 2018 and was selected and received orientation on Núcleo de Dramaturgia Audiovisual SESI-PR (Audiovisual Dramaturgy Center SESI-PR).
Aly Muritiba was born in 1979. He graduated in History, a specialist in Communication and Culture and studied Cinema. Aly is author of the short films The Factory (Oscar short list 2013), Pátio (Semaine de la Critique Cannes 2013) and Tarântula (Venice,2015). His feature films, To My Beloved (2015) and Rust (2018), have received several awards and was screened in many festivals, like Sundance and San Sebastián.
- Rust, 2018
Grand Jury Prize - Ibero-American Competition - Seattle International Film Festival 2018
- To My Beloved, 2015
Best Film in New Directors - Festival des Film du Monde de Montreal
- C(us)todians, 2013
Healthy Workplaces Film Award - Dok Leipzig 2013
Founded in 2007, Grafo Audiovisual's mission is to contribute to independent cinema in Brazil through the realization, diffusion and provision of services, seeking to become an international reference. The films produced by Grafo Audiovisual earned more than 150 awards and were screened at festivals such as: Oscar, Venice, Cannes, San Sebastian, Montreal, Brasilia, among others. He is responsible for works such as To My Beloved (2015) and Rust (2018), both directed by Aly Muritiba.
Antonio Roberto Gonçalves Junior