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Aldo Baldin - A Life For Music



  

WEBSITE: NEWS.JORNAL.US
NEWS (April 9, 2013)
Aldo Baldin - A Life for Music under the Baton of Producer Marcelo Nigri

"Born in Urussanga, a small city in the state of Santa Catarina, Baldin sang with some of the most acclaimed maestros in the world, such as Helmuth Rilling, Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos, Henrique Morelenbaum, Riccardo Muti, Karl Richter, Herbert von Karajan, among others."

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MAGAZINE: TOPICS - BRAZIL-GERMANY SOCIETY (November 2012)
Story of Acclaimed Brazilian Tenor Will Become a Documentary

"Few tenors performed in such a broad repertoire, including chamber music and opera (about 60 roles in opera, accounting for more than 500 performances and 300 titles in the oratorio repertoire) as well as an impressive number of recordings made abroad: 150, of which over 60 have been released on CDs.  That's over a thousand works (...)."

Read the complete article! (in Portuguese and German)

   

MAGAZINE: SOFESTA USA (July 2012)
Story of Acclaimed Brazilian Tenor Becomes a Documentary

"The project is in the early stages of research and has recently received the Feature Film Research and Development Project Award from the Government of Santa Catarina.  Nigri has no doubt that he'll garner major sponsors to make the film."

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NEWSPAPER: JORNAL DA MANHÃ (March 12, 2012)
Aldo Baldin's Story Will Be Immortalized in Documentary by Samira Pereira

"'To me it is a great discovery to do this work.  Aldo was a great performer, a true star. (...) Other conductors used to say that Aldo had the voice of angels, that he was a chosen one.  They used to say that a good voice was not enough.  It was necessary to have talent or calling.  And Aldo had both,' says Goulart."

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The Cleansing Of Bonfim


* Deutsche Welle
 

NEWSPAPER: COMUNIDADE NEWS
(February 1 to 7, 2011)
Documentarian Films the Celebration of Bonfim in Africa

"Yves was inspired by the Lavagem of 46th Street, an event that takes place in New York about which the filmmaker has made a short film.  Last year, at the Celebration of Bonfim, in Salvador, the Brazilian interviewed several people, including scholar Ieda Castro.  Yves was convinced by her to go to Africa to study Voodoo, the cult that became Candomblé."

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NEWSPAPER: JORNAL DO BRASIL
(August 8, 2010)
Axé in New York by Franz Valla

"'To understand the ceremony in Bahia we must go to its roots, which led me to Setubal, in Portugal.  Upon arriving there, I found out that my research wouldn't be complete if I didn't go to the Republic of Benin, in Africa, which is the birthplace of Candomblé and where the names of the orixás (deities), as we know them today, were originated' - says the director."

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Francisco De Assis - A Life Lesson


* RBS TV - Jornal do Almoço
 

* Brazilian Press Awards 2017
 

* Globo Internacional - Globo Notícia Américas
 

* REDETV - Leitura Dinâmica
 

* Telemundo - Noticiero Telemundo
 

* TV Globo - Manhattan Connection
 

* SBT - Jornal do SBT
 

* VejaTV
 

* RBS TV - Jornal do Almoço
 

* SBT - SBT&Você
 

NEWSPAPER: JORNAL VANGUARDA
(May 19, 2017)
Film by Brazilian Filmmaker Wins American Award

"The cinematographic work won in the Cinema & Video category by merit.  Over the years, the American award was given to hundreds of Brazilian celebrities from culture and sports."

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NEWSPAPER: JORNAL PANORAMA
(May 19, 2017)

"(...) regards to Brazilian filmmaker Yves Goulart, who received a Press Award 2017, on May 13, in the United States, for the film Francisco de Assis – A Life Lesson."

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NEWSPAPER: A TRIBUNA (May 17, 2017)
COLUMN OF ERALDO LUIZ DA SILVA
Brazilian Filmmaker Receives International Award

"Produced by Brazilian filmmaker Yves Goulart, the documentary Francisco de Assis - A Life Lesson received the Press Award 2017, a recognition and celebration of art, culture and the Brazilian presence overseas."

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NEWSPAPER: DIÁRIO CATARINENSE
(May 15, 2017)
COLUMN OF CACAU MENEZES

"Columnist Ney Lopes, from Criciúma, between Brazilian filmmaker Yves Goulart and TV presenter Serginho Groisman, at the Brazilian International Press Awards (...).  The documentary Francisco de Assis - A Life Lesson was one of the winners."

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NEWSPAPER: A TRIBUNA (May 15, 2017)
COLUMN OF ADELOR LESSA
Awarded

"Brazilian filmmaker Yves Goulart was awarded on Saturday night in the United States for his film (...)."

COLUMN OF NEY LOPES
From Urussanga to America

"Francisco de Assis (...) won a Brazilian Press Award."

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NEWSPAPER: JORNAL PANORAMA
(March 31, 2017)
Francisco de Assis – the Story of Two Brazilians in the Press Awards 2017

"Next May, filmmaker Yves Goulart will be in Miami, Florida, to receive the award, which recognizes the success of his much dedicated work."

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NEWSPAPER: JORNAL DA MANHÃ
(December 15, 2015)
Free Screening of Francisco de Assis – A Life Lesson

"Goulart relied on the collaboration and talent of filmmaker Micki Mihich to create the film narrative. All locations took place in the original neighborhood where the story happened, with its energy and authenticity present in the film."

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NEWSPAPER: A TRIBUNA (December 14, 2015)
Overcoming Story from Urussanga Wins the World through Film by Mayara Cardoso

"Francisco’s story, told by Yves Goulart’s point of view, has already won an Award of Excellence from the Accolade Global Film Competition, in November 2014, and a Silver Palm Award from the Mexico International Film Festival, in May 2015.  In addition, the film has featured on national and international news."

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NEWSPAPER: JORNAL VANGUARDA 
(December 4, 2015)
Final Version of Francisco de Assis – A Life Lesson Is Shown to Brazilians from Urussanga and Cocal do Sul by Thais Trevisol

"More than 300 people had the opportunity to watch the film Francisco de Assis – A Life Lesson, by Yves Goulart, in its final version."

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NEWSPAPER: JORNAL PANORAMA 
(December 4, 2015)
Documentary by Brazilian Filmmaker Thrills Audience

"If the recognition of a work comes from the respect and acceptance by the audience for which it was intended, Brazilian filmmaker Yves Goulart may consider the documentary Francisco de Assis – A Life Lesson a milestone that exceeded expectations. Hundreds of people who watched it (…) couldn’t hide their emotions for a story of courage and overcoming and that was certainly the best award received by the filmmaker (…)."

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NEWSPAPER: JORNAL VANGUARDA 
(November 27, 2015)
Filmmaker Releases DVD and Final Version of Francisco de Assis – A Life Lesson by Eliana Maccari

"The overcoming story of Brazilian Francisco de Assis Domingos brings about one of the most adapted films for the visually impaired today.  (…) The film particularly features audio description of the scenes, which gives accessibility to the blind."

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NEWSPAPER: BRAZILIAN VOICE
(April 1 to 7, 2015)
Francisco de Assis - A Life Lesson Premieres at the 16th Havana Film Festival NY by Leonardo Ferreira

"Francisco de Assis - A Life Lesson, winner of the prestigious Award of Excellence at the Accolade Global Film Competition, is the new film of Brazilian filmmaker Yves Goulart.  Its world premiere is scheduled on April 11, during the 16th Havana Film Festival New York, at the Quad Cinema, in Manhattan."

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NEWSPAPER: DIÁRIO CATARINENSE
(December 15, 2014)
Yves Was Awarded by Fabiano Moraes

"Yves Goulart was awarded at the Accolade Global Film Competition, in the United States, for his documentary Francisco de Assis - A Life Lesson (...)."

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NEWSPAPER: BRAZILIAN VOICE
(July 23 to 29, 2014)
Brazilian Releases the Documentary Francisco de Assis - A Life Lesson by Leonardo Ferreira

"Goulart mixes styles and challenges pre-established formats by using both fiction and documentary within the same work."

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WEBSITE: NEWS.JORNAL.US
NEWS (July 13, 2014)
Francisco de Assis - A Life Lesson: A Challenging Film by Micki Mihich

"'Epic' and 'special' are adjectives that do not exaggerate when used to describe Francisco de Assis Domingos’s story. How many people do you know who are masseurs, bocce champions, radio presenters, country music singers and composers and motivational speakers? And all at the same time? And after becoming blind?"

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Making Of - The Music According To Tom Jobim



  

WEBSITE: WWW.CORREIO24HORAS.COM.BR
BLOG DO MARROM (March 1, 2012)
Making Of

"'When Nelson came up with this proposal and with this invitation to us, I was flattered.  Being part of the story of this film about Tom Jobim, directed by the renowned master of Brazilian cinema, is an honor, a unique experience', Nigri completes."

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WEBSITE: WWW.ENGEPLUS.COM.BR
CINEMA (February 22, 2012)
Filmmaker from Urussanga Directs the Making of The Music According to Tom Jobim by Ana Paula Cardoso

"According to Goulart, this making of is different from the traditional ones, because the public was given the opportunity to talk about the experience of the film about Tom Jobim."

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WEBSITE: WWW.BRAZILIANVOICE.COM
BRAZILIAN VOICE ONLINE (February 17, 2012)
Brazilian Filmmakers in the US Direct Documentary about Tom Jobim by Leonardo Ferreira

"The film premiered at the 49th New York Film Festival.  Director Nelson Pereira dos Santos invited filmmakers Yves Goulart and Marcelo Nigri to direct the making of The Music According to Tom Jobim, which is distributed by Columbia Pictures - Sony Pictures."

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WEBSITE: WWW.JORNALDOSBAIRROSCRI.COM.BR
NEWS (February 17, 2012)
Filmmaker from Urussanga Is One of the Directors of the Making of The Music According to Tom Jobim by Almerice Rodrigues

"One of the most interesting testimonies was given by Chinese Tian China, who said: '(...) his music is a good slice of paradise and makes me so happy and joyful to live on this planet.  He is an angel sent by God or the universe itself."

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Beyond The Light


* Globo TV - Jornal da Globo
* GNT - Manhattan Connection
* Senate TV - Senate Session
* Senate TV - Cidadania
* Senate TV - Inclusão
  (Audio in Portuguese)

* Veja TV - Notícias Diárias
* Brasil TV - Jornal Visual
* RBTI - America Legal
* Radio France International
  (Audio in Portuguese)

Download PRESS RELEASE: Press Release

 

NEWSPAPER: THE BRASILIANS
(February 2013)
Brazilian Documentary about Blind People Released on DVD

"'In the film we have seven Brazilian blind people showing us that with courage and optimism they can lead a normal life and even more productive than many so-called normal people', states Marcelo Nigri, producer of the documentary."

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NEWSPAPER: BRAZILIAN TIMES
(November 30, 2012)
Award-Winning Brazilian Documentary about the Blind Is Released on DVD

"But what takes a documentary about Brazilian blind people to be so successful?  One of the secrets of Beyond the Light is its accessibility.  First, the film isn't a case report about limitations, much less an experience which talks to us through sadness, but a bona-fide injection of optimism and good-humor which leaves the spectator feeling good about life and even inspired to do more."

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WEBSITE: NEWS.JORNAL.US
NEWS (November 29, 2012)
Brazilian Filmmaker Releases DVD of the Award-Winning Documentary Beyond the Light in New York

"The film is an independent production as well as its DVD distribution.  That's a challenge that Nigri decided to take (…).  'Beyond the Light has been a challenging production since the beginning and I'm ready to face this new challenge too.  Filmmakers are becoming even more independent today, and that includes the distribution phase,' completes Nigri."

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WEBSITE: WWW.COMUNIDADENEWS.COM
COMUNIDADE NEWS ONLINE (November 28, 2012)
Brazilian Director's Film about the Blind is Released on DVD in the U.S.

"The film also doesn't conform about being only about blind people, thus aggregating them to the audience through special audio-description so the visual impaired can be completely included into the cinematic experience of the documentary."

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NEWSPAPER: JORNAL DA MANHÃ (November 26, 2012)
Filmmaker Releases DVD of Award-Winning Film in NY

"The DVD has audio description in Portuguese, English and French.  In all of these languages, volunteers did the narration, according to Goulart, who explains that he didn't have any sponsorship to make the film."

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WEBSITE: WWW.BRAZILIANVOICE.COM
BRAZILIAN VOICE ONLINE (November 21, 2012)
Brazilian Documentary about the Blind Is Released on DVD in New York

"It is fair, therefore, to mention that another secret of Beyond the Light is its producer.  Originally from Rio de Janeiro, Marcelo Nigri comes from the world of dancing (…).  It was Nigri who discovered documentarian Yves Goulart, director of Beyond the Light, having produced all his works."

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NEWSPAPER: BEIJING TODAY (December 3, 2010)
Brazilian Director Presents Film about the World of the Blind by Liang Meilan

"The first Brazilian Cinema Festival in Beijing closed recently, but a documentary about blind people - Beyond the Light - is still on people's minds."

"One person in the audience in Beijing, Li Jun, a student from Beijing Foreign Studies University, praised the film as 'thought-provoking'."

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NEWSPAPER: BRAZILIAN VOICE (November 27 to 30, 2010)
Brazilian Documentary Beyond the Light Screens in China

"Last Saturday the film opened the Brazilian Film Festival of Pequim (BRAPEQ). Filmmaker Yves Goulart and producer Marcelo Nigri were invited by the festival to attend the screening in Beijing and have a discussion panel about the theme with the Chinese audience."

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NEWSPAPER: BRAZILIAN VOICE (May 29 to June 1, 2010)
Beyond the Light Receives Golden Palm Award at the Mexico International Film Festival

"On May 23, Yves Goulart and Marcelo Nigri went to the famous Rosarito Beach Hotel, in Baja California, Mexico, to receive the Golden Palm Award 2010 from the Mexico International Film Festival."

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NEWSPAPER: DERNIERES NOUVELLES D'ALSACE (April 20, 2010)
The Lusophone Personality's Debut

"The (CHAMA) Association honored Yves Goulart, Brazilian actor and filmmaker, whose documentary Beyond the Light screened at the UN."

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WEBSITE: WWW.DYNAMITE.TERRA.COM.BR
DYNAMITE ONLINE
(February 1, 2010)
Brazilian Documentary about Blind People Does Well at the UN by Micki Mihich

"An inspiring film; you watch it and you feel ashamed of all the times you complained about life..."

Read the complete article! (in Portuguese)

 

NEWSPAPER: THE BRASILIANS (December 2009 and January 2010)
A Film that Blind People Can See by Fabricio Silva

"Beyond the Light, says Goulart, tries to go beyond the obligation of being politically correct.  'Our message is about awareness and alert: the movies need to become accessible to the blind and the deaf, there's no way to run away from that.  The world needs to become sensitive to the fact that being different is normal.'"

"To Goulart, the world premiere at the UN was a milestone for the film, 'because the cause is great, noble, fair and necessary.  This surpasses my own career as a filmmaker.  We have to ensure the inclusion for the disabled.'"

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WEBSITE: WWW.INCLUSIVE.ORG.BR
NEWS (December 17, 2009)
Beyond the Light, a Film about Visual Disability, Premieres at the Brazilian Senate

"To Goulart, 'it wouldn't make sense to make a film about people with disability, without including them in the audience.'"

Read the complete article! (in Portuguese)

 

NEWSPAPER: JORNAL DO SENADO (December 16, 2009)
Brazilian Senate Promotes the Inclusion of People with Disability

"'We made history, for the first time, with a guide dog and the presence of Monica's Gang sitting at the Senate Desk', celebrates Goulart."

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NEWSPAPER: CORREIO BRAZILIENSE (December 16, 2009)
Fun for All Senses by Leilane Menezes

"Opening of the photography exhibit by Walter Carvalho for the film Beyond the Light, by filmmaker Yves Goulart, which will screen right after."

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WEBSITE: WWW.SENADO.GOV.BR
NEWS (December 15, 2009)
Maurício de Souza Highlights the Importance of the 5th Week Honoring Persons with Disabilities

"The film is optimistic, doensn't talk about violence and arms, but brings hope not only for Brazil, but for a better world."

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NEWSPAPER: JORNAL PANORAMA (December 11, 2009)
Film by Brazilian Filmmaker Screens at the UN

"The documentary (...) was also shot in Coupvray, in the countryside of France, where Louis Braille (the inventor of the reading system for the blind) was born, and brings to the audience particularities about the house and life of this renowned man, who celebrates 200 years of birth this year."

Read the complete article! (in Portuguese)

 

WEBSITE: WWW.EUROPANEWSWIRE.COM
BLOG (December 4, 2009)
Brazilians Observe International Day of Persons with Disabilities at the United Nations
by Mary Slosson

"We’ve learned a lot about physical impairments, disabilities, and most importantly accessibility", said Nigri, "and we realized that giving accessibility to other people gave accessibility to ourselves as well."

"Something changes in the way you treat other people and the way that you perceive the world."

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WEBSITE: WWW.GLOBO.COM
JORNAL DA GLOBO (December 3, 2009)
Brazilian NGO Outstands at the UN by Jorge Pontual

"The celebration at the UN also included the premiere of the film Beyond the Light, by Brazilian filmmaker Yves Goulart.  'The film has an audio treatment for the visually impaired to understand the images that we see and they need to have this as a differential.  We learned all this by making the film.'"

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WEBSITE: WWW.CINEMA.COM.BR
NEWS (December 3, 2009)
Particles of Obstination by Franz Valla

"New documentary by Brazilian director Yves Goulart, Beyond the Light, is the main attraction among the scheduled events at the United Nations to observe the International Day of Persons with Disabilities.  The event takes place at the UN, this Thursday, in Manhattan, and will be attended by the UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-Moon, the US Ambassador to the UN, Susan E. Rice, and the singer Stevie Wonder."

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WEBSITE: WWW.COMUNIDADENEWS.COM
NEWS - CINEMA (December 1, 2009)
Brazilian Documentary Beyond the Light Will Screen on the International Day of Persons with Disabilities This Week at the UN.  Check It Out! by Ana Paula Pavão

"The screening of the documentary Beyond the Light, by director Yves Goulart, will happen on December 3, which is the International Day of Persons with Disabilities.  The film was produced in 2007 in Brazil and in France, and has audio treatment exclusively for the English-speaking visually impaired people, as well as English subtitles to give accessibility for the deaf."

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WEBSITE: WWW.PORTAL.MEC.GOV.BR
PRESS - NEWS (June 12, 2009)
Film about Brazilian Blind People Will Be Screened in Rio de Janeiro

"The Benjamin Constant Institute will promote the screening of the documentary Beyond the Light, next Monday, 15, at the Benjamin Constant Cine Theater, in Rio de Janeiro.  The film tells the story of four blind people from the Association for the Visually Impaired of Cocal do Sul (...)."

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NEWSPAPER: DIÁRIO MERCANTIL (June 9, 2009)
Documentary Shows the Daily Lives of Blind People from Brazil

"The director's cinematic narrative confirms that the path to a normal life is education and information, because a very well prepared blind person is as capable or more capable than any other."

"The great importance of Louis Braille (1809-1852) is crucial in this process.  Hence I went to France to know more about the story of this illustrious man who invented the alphabet for the blind and enabled the strengthening of complete citizenship for those with visual impairement, says director Yves Goulart."

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NEWSPAPER: MONITOR MERCANTIL (June 4, 2009)
General Record

"During 48 minutes, the audience is moved by the optimistic interviews about the problems of those who can't see."

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NEWSPAPER: JORNAL VANGUARDA (January 24, 2008)
Cinema: Documentary Produced by Yves Goulart, from Urussanga, Shows the Lives of Visually Impaired People

"Besides the shooting of the film Francisco de Assis, Yves Goulart, filmmaker from Urussanga, produced a documentary that portrays the lives of visually impaired people and the difficulties they face.  Practically ready, the film is already edited and only needs a final audio adjustment.  The documentary, entitled Beyond the Light, has 40 minutes and has real characters who live in the cities of Urussanga and Cocal do Sul."

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The Cleansing Of Bonfim - From Bahia To New York


* Globo International - Planeta Brasil
* Sesc TV - Curta Doc
* Veja TV - America Legal
  (Audio in Portuguese)

NEWSPAPER: NOTÍCIAS DO DIA
(January 5, 2010)
Other Cultures and Views

"First program of the year of Curtadoc includes film directed by filmmaker Yves Goulart."

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MAGAZINE: ACONTECE MAGAZINE
(September 2009)
Yves Goulart Receives Focus Brazil Video Fest Award at Film Festival in New York

"Brazilian filmmaker and actor Yves Goulart, big winner of the Focus Video Fest 2009 with the documentary The Cleansing of Bonfim - from Bahia to New York, received a special award during the Petrobras Cine Fest award ceremony, in New York."

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NEWSPAPER: DIÁRIO CATARINENSE (August 20, 2009)
Baianas for Americans to See

"Winning acclaim in filmmaking is tough in Brazil.  Even tougher overseas.  But Brazilian filmmaker Yves Goulart showed that difficulties can be overcome after receiving the Honor Award from Grupo Infinitto, during the VII Cine Fest Petrobras, in New York, last August 7."

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NEWSPAPER: JORNAL PANORAMA (August 14, 2009)
Brazilian Filmmaker Yves Goulart Receives Honor in New York

"Goulart received from Maria Paula, actress and humorist of Globo TV program 'Casseta e Planeta', the Honor Award for the film The Cleansing of Bonfim - from Bahia to New York, after winning three awards in Florida, in May 2009, at the Focus Brasil Video Fest 2009."

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NEWSPAPER: BRAZILIAN TIMES (August 14, 2009)
New York in Facts & Photos by Marta Arruda

"Yves Goulart, with the award he deservedly won for his great and applauded film: The Cleansing of Bonfim."

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NEWSPAPER: BRAZILIAN VOICE (August 12 to 14, 2009)
Actress Maria Paula Gives Award to Brazilian Filmmaker in NY

"The Cleansing of Bonfim - from Bahia to New York received three GOLD Awards for best documentary, photography and screenplay, and hence was honored by Grupo Infinitto.  The film was part of the official selection and was screened during the festival at the Tribeca Cinemas."

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NEWSPAPER: BRAZILIAN VOICE (August 5 to 7, 2009)
VII Cine Fest Petrobras Will Screen the Short Film The Cleansing of Bonfim - from Bahia to New York

"The film was placed on YouTube and, in a short period of time, has been seen by more than one thousand people.  In only six minutes, the documentary tells the secular story about the Cleansing of Bonfim, in Salvador, until its debut on 46th Street, in the Big Apple."

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WEBSITE: WWW.LJWORLD.COM
LAWRENCE JOURNAL WORLD & NEWS (July 30, 2009)
New York Culture Beat: The Brazilian Film Festival in NY by Ernest Barteldes

"There are countless shorts included this year (my personal pick being The Cleansing of Bonfim - from Bahia to New York, about the ritual cleansing of Manhattan's 46th St. before Brazilian Day) in addition to dramas, comedies and various other genres - which just might please the most avid movie fanatic."

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NEWSPAPER: BRAZILIAN VOICE (May 13 to 15, 2009)
Brazilian Wins the Focus Brazil Video Fest 2009 Award by Leonardo Ferreira

"Goulart carried off three awards, including the most desired one: 'Best Documentary', with the film The Cleansing of Bonfim - from Bahia to New York.  The Inffinito Group brought the famous trophy 'Lente de Cristal' and his film will also be screened in several festivals the Inffinito Group promotes, like: Cine Fest Petrobras in New York, Brazilian Film Festival of Miami, among others worldwide."

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NEWSPAPER: BRAZILIAN VOICE (May 13 to 15, 2009)
Brazilian Press Award 2009

"The Press Award 2009 was also for the winning website team from guiadoimigrante.com and vejatv.com.  In the picture, João Vianna, Ana Cristina, Yves Goulart, Dr. Moses Apsan and the 'junior reporter' Adam Apsan, happily celebrate the recognition of their works."

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NEWSPAPER: THE BRASILIANS (April and May 2009)
Video about the 'Cleansing of 46th Street' Wins the Festival

"The big winner of the 'Lente de Cristal' trophy was the documentary by filmmaker Yves Goulart, The Cleansing of Bonfim - from Bahia to New York, which got three awards: best photography, best screenplay and best video."

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Tracking The Cultural Convoy

NEWSPAPER: GAZETA DO PARANÁ (September 30, 2009)
Filmmaker Shows Documentary about Mambembe Life

"Brazilian filmmaker Yves Goulart, who lives in New York, shows for the first time in Curitiba the film he made when he lived in the capital of Paraná: Tracking the Cultural Convoy."

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WEBSITE: WWW.PARANA-ONLINE.COM.BR
ALMANAC - NEWS (September 29, 2009)
Yves Goulart Shows Film Shot in Curitiba for the First Time

"I love the film because I have a special affection for the project, which was part of my cultural and artistic education, when I lived in Curitiba for five years, says director Yves Goulart."

"It's an independent film and was made because of the love of the story and culture of the state of Paraná."

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WEBSITE: WWW.DYNAMITE.TERRA.COM.BR
DYNAMITE ONLINE (June 29, 2008)
Goulart Filmes - Another Piece of Brazil in the United States by Micki Mihich

"Tracking the Cultural Convoy is more than a documentary.  It's a piece of Brazil.  The Cultural Convoy comprised of nine buses that traveled through the countryside of Paraná (not only were they able to visit all towns of the state, but they also went to São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro), bringing music, theater, dance, literature (...)."

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Edilamar


* RBS TV - Jornal do Almoço
* Futura Channel - Jornal Futura
* Futura Channel - Revealing the Many Brazils
  (Audio in Portuguese)

NEWSPAPER: DIÁRIO CATARINENSE
(August 10, 2007)
Cinema from Santa Catarina in New York

"The short film Edilamar by Yves Goulart, born in Urussanga, Santa Catarina, was selected to be presented at the 5th Petrobras Brazilian Film Festival, which will continue until Sunday, in New York.  The film was screened yesterday before Bruno Barreto’s film (…)."

"The festival takes place every year and is a reference of the best films made in Brazil in 2006 and 2007.  The project Revealing the Many Brazils – Year 1 was invited by Grupo Inffinito (producer of the 5th Petrobras Brazilian Film Festival in New York) to be shown for the first time in New York.  Nine films, among 40, were selected and they all have English subtitles."

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NEWSPAPER: JORNAL VANGUARDA (August 9, 2007)
Edilamar Will Be Screened in New York

"Success: Short film produced, directed and starred by people from Urussanga was one of the films selected for the Film Festival in the USA."

"Among 40 films of the project, nine were selected to be screened and Edilamar is among them.  The short films will be presented before the feature films in the Tribeca Cinema, in Manhattan."

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NEWSPAPER: JORNAL VANGUARDA (October 7, 2005)
Yves Portrays his Native Land

"The short film Edilamar was presented to almost 3000 people in Urussanga and Lauro Müller."

"With Edilamar, there’s no doubt about Yves Goulart’s talent and skill with the cinematography language.  Despite being a low budget production, the film was able to do what art is supposed to do in general: thrill the audience."

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NEWSPAPER: JORNAL VANGUARDA (October 7, 2005)
Three Thousand People Watched Edilamar

"Yves Goulart’s short film is screened in Urussanga and Lauro Müller with success."

"In the occasion, the audience could also see the video 10 Years of Career, which shows Yves’s artistic career since he moved to Curitiba, with the dream to become a filmmaker.  He graduated in filmmaking at the Gama Filho University, in Rio de Janeiro, and among his productions is the documentary Black Gold (…)."

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NEWSPAPER: DIÁRIO CATARINENSE (September 30, 2005)
Tragic Debut in the Sea by Rafaela Giordano

"In the works created by Goulart, there’s always a connection to his hometown, from where he left 10 years ago to follow his artistic career.  His first short film, Black Gold, for example, shows the coal mines from the south region of the state.  The film was presented at the Gramado Festival last year."

"I think it’s important to show the accent of the people from Santa Catarina, with its own way and originality (...), comments Goulart, who is very happy to show the result of the production of Edilamar to his fellow countrymen."

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NEWSPAPER: DIÁRIO CATARINENSE (May 11, 2005)
Space for the Cinema of Roots by Felipe Lenhart

"Edilamar is the name of the fiction film of the cultural producer Yves Goulart, from Urussanga, in the south of the state.  He attended the ceremony, which also had the presence of the Culture Minister, Gilberto Gil, the Audiovisual Secretary, Orlando Senna, and (…)."

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NEWSPAPER: DIÁRIO CATARINENSE (December 15, 2004)
Short Stories of Life and Death by Felipe Lenhart

"Many characters cross paths to tell the story of a young woman beloved by all, who drowns in the sea the first time she goes to the beach."

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Illuminations


* UTV - Gama Films
   (Audio in Portuguese)

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DYNAMITE ONLINE (June 29, 2008)
Goulart Filmes - Another Piece of Brazil in the United States by Micki Mihich

"It's art paying homage to art.  If it weren't enough the blending together of literature, music, painting and corporal expression in cinema's basic structure, here the filmmaker uses cinema to pay homage to these artistic elements in their pure forms.  Here, a painter depicts in his work a duo of dancers performing under the music that inspired the very choreography displayed.  We have, therefore, music provoking dance provoking painting.  We also have literature and cinema as muses (...)."

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GISELA GOLD (May 9, 2008)
Who Said that Only Jazz Players Improvise? by Gisela Gold

"Illuminations didn’t have a screenplay originally and attracted the eye of the filmmaker Yves Goulart, who made it a film.  That shows that it’s impossible to remain passive in front of people in movement."

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Black Gold


* RBS TV - Jornal do Almoço
* TVE - Curta Brasil
   (Audio in Portuguese)

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NEWS (September 20, 2005)
Santana Mine Explosion Is Theme of Exhibition

"The 21 years of the Santana mine explosion, in Urussanga, are the theme of the photographic exhibition in the lobby of the Santa Catarina State University.  It will also be presented a documentary on the subject, entitled Black Gold, by filmmaker Yves Goulart.  The short film is about the accident in the Santana mine, which happened on September 10, 1984, after an explosion caused by the accumulation of methane gas, killing 31 miners."

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NEWSPAPER: JORNAL VANGUARDA
(September 3, 2004)
Urussanguense at the Gramado Film Festival

"Yves Goulart, producer of the documentary Black Gold, which shows the reality of the coal miners, participates in the Gramado Festival."

"The film is having an excellent repercussion all by itself, celebrates the young filmmaker, happy for representing Urussanga in such a competitive festival.  'The Gramado Festival is the Oscar of the Brazilian Cinema.  Reviewers from the whole country are here, and it’s not easy to participate', he comments."

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