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Rogério Sganzerla

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Rogério Sganzerla[1] (4 May 1946 — 9 January 2004) was a Brazilian filmmaker. One of the main names of the cinema marginal underground movement, his most known work is The Red Light Bandit (1968).[2] Influenced by Orson Welles, Jean-Luc Godard, and José Mojica Marins, Sganzerla often used clichés from film noir and pornochanchadas. Irony, narrative subversion and collage were trademarks of his film aesthetics.

Biography

Sganzerla was born in Joaçaba, in the state of Santa Catarina. During the 1960 decade he wrote for the newspaper O Estado de S. Paulo as film reporter. In 1967 Sganzerla directed his first short film, Documentário. In 1968 he directed his first feature film, O Bandido da Luz Vermelha (The Red Light Bandit)[3]

In 1970 he founded the Bel-Air film company, together with Júlio Bressane. Headed by Sganzerla, the company produced the films Copacabana Mon Amour and Sem essa, aranha (1970). In 1985 Sganzerla directs the docufiction Nem Tudo É Verdade (It's Not All True) about Orson Welles' arrival to Brazil to film his unfinished documentary It's All True.[4]

Sganzerla died in 2004, of a brain tumor, shortly after finishing his last film O signo do caos.[5]

Filmography

Key
dagger Indicates a documentary double-dagger Indicates a short film
List of films directed by Rogério Sganzerla
Year Original title English release title Language(s) Notes
1966 Documentário' double-dagger Portuguese
1968 O Bandido da Luz Vermelha The Red Light Bandit Portuguese
1969 A Mulher de Todos The Woman of Everyone Portuguese
1969 HQ dagger Portuguese Co-directed with Álvaro de Moya. Short documentary on the evolution of comic books since The Yellow Kid until Spirit.
1969 Quadrinhos no Brasil dagger Portuguese Short documentary on comic books in Brazil.
1970 Carnaval na Lama Portuguese
1970 Sem Essa, Aranha Portuguese
1970 Copacabana Mon Amour Portuguese
1971 Fora do Baralho dagger Portuguese
1977 Viagem e Descrição do Rio Guanabara por Ocasião da França Antártica double-dagger Portuguese
1978 Mudança de Hendrix dagger Portuguese Short documentary on Jimi Hendrix. Filming began in 1971.
1980 Abismu The Abyss Portuguese Also known as O Abismo. Produced in 1977.
1981 Noel por Noel double-dagger Portuguese Short homage to Noel Rosa.
1981 Brasil dagger Portuguese Short documentation of Gilberto Gil, Caetano Veloso, Maria Bethânia and João Gilberto during the recording of the collaborative album Brasil.
1981 A Cidade do Salvador (Petróleo Jorrou na Bahia) dagger Portuguese Short documentary on the economy growth after petroleum exploration in Salvador, Bahia.
1983 Irani dagger Portuguese Short documentary on parades commemorating the anniversary of the Guerra do Contestado in Irani, Santa Catarina.
1986 Nem Tudo É Verdade Portuguese
1986 Ritos Populares: Umbanda no Brasil dagger Portuguese Short documentary on Umbanda in Brazil.
1990 Isto é Noel Rosa dagger Portuguese Medium-length documentary on Noel Rosa.
1990 A Linguagem de Orson Welles dagger Welles' Language Portuguese Short documentary on Orson Welles' stay in Brazil during production of It's All True.
1990 Anônimo e Incomum dagger Portuguese Short documentary on plastic artist Antônio Manuel.
1992 Perigo Negro double-dagger Portuguese Based on Marco Zero by Oswald de Andrade. Segment of Oswaldianas (1992).
1992 América: O Grande Acerto de Vespúcio double-dagger Portuguese Theatrical monologue based on Amerigo Vespucci's "novus mundus" letter.
1997 Tudo É Brasil dagger All Is Brazil Portuguese A film essay about Brazil discovered through Orson Welles eyes during the shooting of It's All True.
2001 B2 dagger Portuguese Co-directed with Sylvio Renoldi. Short documentary made up of unused footage from The Red Light Bandit and Carnaval na Lama.
2003 Informação: H. J. Koellreutter dagger Portuguese Short documentary on Hans-Joachim Koellreutter.
2005 O Signo do Caos The Sign of Chaos Portuguese Also known as "O Anti Filme". Produced in 2003.

References

  1. ^ Catálogo BAFICI 2010 (in Spanish). Gob Ciudad de Buenos Aires.
  2. ^ Barnard, Timothy; Rist, Peter (2013-08-21). South American Cinema: A Critical Filmography, l915-l994. Routledge. ISBN 9781136545559.
  3. ^ "Memory of the World National Cinematic Heritage" (PDF). UNESCO. 1995. Retrieved February 15, 2016.
  4. ^ "Crítica: Rogério Sganzerla retoma antiga obsessão em "Nem Tudo É Verdade"". Folha de S.Paulo. Retrieved 2017-05-21.
  5. ^ "Morre o cineasta Rogério Sganzerla - Cultura - Estadão". Estadão. Retrieved 2016-02-15.

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