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Between Frames: The Art of Brazilian Animation

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Director  Eduardo Calvet
Country  Brazil
8/10 IMDb

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Language  Portuguese
Between Frames: The Art of Brazilian Animation movie poster
Release date  September 2012 (2012-09) (Brazil)
Writer  Claudia Bolshaw (supervising writer), Eduardo Calvet, Claudio Phormiga (supervising writer)

Between Frames: The Art of Brazilian Animation — released in Brazil as Luz, Anima, Ação — is a 2013 Brazilian documentary film directed and written by Eduardo Calvet. The film recalls the memory of almost 100 years of history of Brazilian animation, revealing the main personalities who helped to build this trajectory and remembering landmarks and creations of all times from films, TV and advertising.

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The film makes an overview of animation in Brazil, since the first animation created in 1917, called The Kaiser, until the success of the animation film series Ice age and Rio, directed by Carlos Saldanha. Besides him, other big names were also heard, like Maurício de Souza, Otto Guerra and Chico Liberato, who report their experiences on the market and give a current panorama of Brazilian production.

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Between Frames: The Art of Brazilian Animation Wikipedia
Between Frames: The Art of Brazilian Animation IMDb Between Frames: The Art of Brazilian Animation themoviedb.org


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