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José Roberto Torero
José Roberto Torero, born in Santos, Brazil, in 1963, is one of Brazil’s most important screenwriters and film directors. His works are known for gathering critic’s prestige and popularity. His shorts won awards in the most important Film Festivals, Clermont-Ferrand, France ("Nunc et Semper"), Toronto, Canada ("Love!"), Hamburg, Germany ("The Cake") e Drama, Greece ("The Soul of the Business"). In 2001, “A Soccer Story”, a short film based on one of his screenplays, was among the Oscar finalists. He has published four novels (one of them won the Jabuti award, one of the most important publishing wards in Brazil) and writes a column about soccer in one of the most important Brazilian newspapers. His experience with feature films includes 3 screenplays and one film written and directed by him.

Filmography (Direction):

A Alma do Negócio (1996, 35mm, 8')
Felicidade é... (1995, 35mm, 70')
Amor! (1994, 35 mm, 14'.)
Memento Mori (2002, 35mm, 12')
The world of a barber's shop (2002, video, 55')

Screenplays:

Uma história de futebol (of Paulo Machline, 1998, 20')
Amassa que elas gostam (directed by Fernando Coster, 1998, 35mm)
Brevíssima História das Gentes de Santos (by André Klotzel, 1996, 35mm, 14')
Um Homem Sério (de Dainara Toffoli, 1996, 35mm, 20')
Pequeno Dicionário Amoroso (by Sandra Werneck, 1996, 35mm, 100')
O Cantor de Samba (by Alexandre Dias, 1994, 35mm, 10')



Films
Manual for love Stories (Como fazer um Filme de Amor)

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