Voz para Cumaná – um dia de fúria (Voice for Cumana – a day of fury)




10/25 – 6:24pm

Porto Alegre em Cena Youtube


This is an echo. An extension of an in-process dramaturgy created from many voices. Venezuelan voices. Voices of Venezuelan immigrants who deposit in Porto Alegre, in southern Brazil, the hope for a better quality of life, which carry with them social and political problems. "I arrived here on September 15. It was a Sunday, downtown was closed. I met two compatriots who told me about a church, Cibai, which helps immigrants. It was also closed. On that day I also met a Brazilian who helped me to find food, with everything closed." Carlos (30), protagonist of the episode "A day of fury", left the city of Portuguesa, in Venezuela country side, to seek a better quality of life in Brazil. With the money from the sale of the car, he started the journey in Caracas, passing through Puerto la Cruz, Bolivar and, crossing on foot, Pacaraima. Now, in 18 minutes, we hear the continuity of this epic that arrived in the historic district of Porto Alegre/RS!



Crew:

Cast: Carina Corá, Clóvis Massa, Carlos Barrios, Gabriel Fontoura, Jennifer Espitia and Pedro Bravo

Dramaturgy: Clóvis Massa and Gabriel Fontoura from the text "CUMANÁ"

Directed by: Clóvis Massa (advisor)

Sound and Musical Direction: Poejo (the musical work inserted is part of the album "ANGÚSTIA DO MUNDO MODERNO" part 1 by the duo SAMBA DE MÁQUINA, with Alan and Poejo. Authors of the song included in the 1st ep. "Um dia de Fúria" 5th track from the album called "EU E TU")

Illustration and Graphic Design: Robson Klein


Press office for the publication of the #facdigitalrs law Aldir Blanc 2020/01 project carried out for the official launch by Rossana Pires Press office for the publication of the #facdigitalrs law Aldir Blanc 2020/01 project carried out for the official launch by Gustavo Saul.


DURATION: 18min’21s


Authorship and General Conception: Gabriel Fontoura from the Scientific Initiation research "From Fear to Resilience: the construction of a dramaturgy from the testimony of Venezuelan immigrants refugees in southern Brazil" under the guidance of prof. Dr. Clovis Dias Massa.


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