by Marcio Reolon and Filipe Matzembacher
Brazil 2018, 118 min.
Hiding behind colors, a fluorescent soul comes to life
While facing criminal charges, Pedro must grapple with his sister’s sudden decision to move away and leave him behind. Alone in the darkness of his bedroom, he dances covered in neon paint, while thousands of strangers watch him via webcam.
Cast & Crew
Shico Menegat, Bruno Fernandes, Guega Peixoto, Sandra Dani, Frederico Vasques
Production: Besouro Filmes and Avante Filmes
World Premiere: Berlin IFF 2018 - Panorama
Guadalajara IFF 2018 - Premio Maguey
BFI Flare 2018
Wicked Queer: The Boston LGBT FF 2018
Queergestreift FF 2018
Skopje FF 2018
Lovers FF 2018
OUTshine FF Miami 2018
TEDDY Screenings, Paris 2018
Cinema Museum London 2018
Gay FF Freiburg 2018
Pink Apple FF 2018
Orlando Festival 2018
Mix Mexico 2018
Inside Out Toronto LGBT FF 2018
Transilvania IFF 2018
Puerto Rico Queer FF 2018
Seattle IFF 2018
Kyiv IFF Molodist 2018
Teddy Award for Best Queer Feature Film - Berlin IFF 2018
CICAE Prize - Berlin IFF 2018
Premio Maguey for Best Film - Guadalajara IFF 2018
Best Narrative Film - Wicked Queer: Boston LGBT FF 2018
Best Feature Film; Ottavio Mai Award and Young Jury Award - Lovers FF 2018
Marcio Reolon and Filipe Matzembacher
Filipe Matzembacher (born in Porto Alegre, 1988) and Marcio Reolon (born in Porto Alegre, 1984) are Brazilian directors and screenwriters. They met while attending to Film School at PUCRS, and since then work together. In 2010 Filipe and Marcio founded their production company Avante Filmes. Both of them are also acting teachers and work as programmers for two film festivals. Marcio is also an actor.
In 2015 Filipe and Marcio released their first feature film BEIRA-MAR, that premiered at Berlinale - Forum and won best film at Rio International Film Festival - Novos Rumos section.
2012 Um Diálogo de Ballet (A Ballet Dialogue), 8 Min.
2013 Quarto Vazio (Empty Room), 21 Min.
2015 Beira-Mar (Seashore), 83 Min.
2016 O Ninho (The Nest), 4x25 Min.
2016 O Último Dia Antes de Zanzibar (The Last Day Before Zanzibar), 21 Min.
2018 Tinta Bruta (Hard Paint), 118 Min.