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Evaldo Mocarzel was born in 1960, in Niteroi, Rio de Janeiro. He majored in Cinema and Journalism from the Universidade Federal Fluminense. He was a film critic and journalist. He studied Cinema at the New York Film Academy and for four years was part of director Antunes Filho’s Drama Circle at the CPT in São Paulo.
He made short films Portraits in the Park (1999) and On the Fringes of São Paulo – Homeless (2001).
He re-took this theme once more (life for the street dwellers in São Paulo) and made it into a feature of the same name in 2003. In 2004, he released The Amazon Midwives. The next year, he presented From Grief to Struggle and short films The Invisible Master and First Steps.
In 2006, he finished the second part on his four-part project on the excluded of capitalism in Brazil: Squatting on the Fringes of São Paulo. In 2007, three new documentaries: Paratrooper Infantry Brigade, Jardim Ângela and Talking Eyes.
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