4th Filmambiente – September 4th-10th, 2014 | Rio de Janeiro
Applications are closed!
In 2014 the festival will take place in Rio de Janeiro, September 4th - 10th. Applications are closed. We are now preparing a great event for you.
The 3rd Filmambiente - which happened August 30 to September 5, 2013 – along with the Competition - 12 feature films and 20 short films – presented the showcases: From DDT and Hormones to Food Security, the central theme of this edition; Planet in Distress, Is it really only fiction?; Act+Change, and the "carte blanche" to the National Film Board of Canada, in a total of 68 productions.
There were more than 90 hours of screenings, including outdoors screening at the Ecological Park of Madureira, and to public schools, at the Arena Guaratiba. The festival also presented a video art exhibition and a panel on the cinema as a tool for transformation, both held at the Environment Museum in the Botanical Garden.
The festival has the sponsorship of the OI and the CCR Group, the Secretary of State for Culture, through the Law for Promotion of Culture of Rio de Janeiro, the Rouanet Law and Municipal Law for the Encouragement of Culture. It also has the support of the OI Futuro, and of the Consulates of France and Switzerland and the Italian Institute for Culture.
Amado arte&produção, a company based in Rio de Janeiro, produces audiovisual for cinema, television and internet. Its recent productions include the television series Vou Rifar Meu Coração, Canal Brasil (2013), A Turma do Pererê, EBC/TVBrasil (2009), the feature fiction films Korda, directed by Marcos Andrade (2005), Forbidden to Forbid, directed by Jorge Durán (2006) and the feature documentaries Raffle off My heart, directed by Ana Rieper (2012), Transcending Lynch, directed by Marcos Andrade (2010), Hercules 56, directed by Silvio DaRin (2007), Seven Generations into the future, directed by Carole Hart (local producer Brazil – 2005) and the conception and annual execution of the Filmambiente Festival.