Yves Goulart is a Brazilian actor, producer and filmmaker, born in Urussanga, Santa Catarina, on May 15, 1975.
Goulart started his artistic career in 1995 as an actor on the stages of Paraná, Brazil. He gradually discovered and branched out into other means of expression, like movies and television.
He received his graduate degree in Filmmaking and his postgraduate degree in Education from Gama Filho University, in Rio de Janeiro, where he discovered his calling as a director and started to build his Filmography.
In 2005, after completing 10 years of his career, Goulart was honored by the City Hall and City Council of Urussanga, receiving the 'Honor of Merit Award', for representing his hometown artistically.
In 2010, Goulart received the 'Brazilian Press Award' by the Brazilian Press in the United States, for his outstanding accomplishments in filmmaking. In the same year, he was nominated 'Lusophone Personality of the Year' by the CHAMA Association of Strasbourg University, in France.
In 2014, the Multiplicando Talentos Institution paid homage to Yves Goulart at the opening of the first 3D Movie Theater of Urussanga, which was named after him.
Goulart has been working since 2011 as a photographic reporter for the main Brazilian TV networks: SBT (2011 to 2015), Globo International (2014 and 2015) and Record TV (since 2016).
See Works In Progress for more information about his new film projects.
Goulart studied theater in Curitiba, Brazil, and worked in the following plays:
- 'Trance' (1996), by Ronald Rad, directed by Marley Mello, in the role of Anselmo;
- 'The Magic Flute' (1997 and 1998), by Mozart, directed by Marcelo Marchioro, in the role of Papagueno;
- 'The Trojans' (1998), by Euripides, directed by Guaraci Martins, in the role of Helen of Troy;
- 'Where Have You Been at Night?' (1999), written and directed by Edson Bueno, in the role of Ariel;
- 'La Serva Padrona' (2000), by Pergolesi, directed by Edson Bueno and Conductor Osvaldo Colarusso, in the role of Vespone;
- 'Gente Criança' (2001 and 2002), by Rosy Greca, directed by Fátima Ortiz, in the role of Clown Pipoca.
In cinema, he acted in the feature film 'The Last Battle' (2005), by João Stefan, in the role of Lucas, and participated in the short film 'Four Friends Talking about Love' (2000), by Gil Barone.
On TV, Goulart worked on the Globo Television Network, participating in the sitcom 'Os Normais' (2003) and in the soap opera 'The Color of Sin' (2004). He was part of the cast of the soap opera 'Belíssima' (2005 and 2006), by Silvio de Abreu.
The Educator and Writer
Goulart developed the project 'Theater Workshop' for the poor, having taught in Urussanga (Santa Catarina), Curitiba (Paraná), Cascavel (Paraná) and Paranaguá (Paraná), from 1999 to 2002.
In 2006, he wrote the monograph 'Film in Education', during his graduate course in Education, at the Gama Filho University.
As a screenwriter, he wrote: Black Gold, Illuminations, Edilamar, which was selected for the project 'Revealing the Many Brazils - Year I' (2004), by the Ministry of Culture of Brazil, Tracking The Cultural Convoy, The Cleansing of Bonfim - From Bahia To New York, Beyond The Light and Francisco De Assis. He also wrote 'Urussanga', which received the 'Production Incentive Award', for best screenplay, in the 3rd Catarina Documentary Festival (2004).
As a filmmaker, he produced and made five films that participated in several Brazilian and international film festivals and showings. See Filmography for details of each film, including screenings and awards.
Goulart was invited by Dr. Domício Coutinho, president of the Brazilian Endowment for the Arts (BEA), in New York, to be the curator of the film project 'Brazilian Film on Thursdays' (2008 and 2009).
The project promotes the screening of classic, independent and successful Brazilian films, every Thursday, aiming to make known the national film industry. After the screenings, Goulart leads discussions with the audience, accompanied by special guests like: Guilherme Parreiras, Micki Mihich and Stela Brandão.
On September 29, 2008, Coutinho and Goulart officially inaugurated the 'Nelson Pereira dos Santos Hall', at BEA. The filmmaker Nelson Pereira was present at the ceremony, where he was decorated with the 'Machado de Assis Medal of Merit', from the Brazilian Union of Writers of New York (UBENY).
The Photographic Reporter
Goulart participated in numerous reports, special coverages and series for SBT journalism, among which are:
- With journalist Cleide Klock, the series 'September 11 - The Day that Did Not End' (2011), for the program 'Reporter Connection', and 'September 11 - A Brazilian Look' (2011), for the 'SBT Brazil' news, and the coverage of the death of Robin Williams (2014), in San Francisco, for the 'SBT Brazil' news;
- With journalist Fernanda Bak, the coverages 'Sandy Hook School Shooting' (2012), in Connecticut, 'Boston Marathon Attack' (2013) and 'Tornadoes in Moore, Oklahoma' (2013);
- With journalist Yula Rocha, the reports 'The Secrets of the Pyramids of Mexico' (2014) and 'The Racial Tension in Baltimore' (2015), the coverages 'General Assembly of the United Nations' (2012 to 2014), during Dilma Rousseff’s presidency, and 'Pope Franci's trip in Cuba and the United States' (2015) and the following series: 'The World Cup' (2014), FIFA World Cup friendly matches, 'Risky Crossing' (2014), on illegal immigration on the Mexican border with the United States, 'Drought: The California Example' (2014), about cities without water for more than a year, '70 Years of World War II' (2015), about survivors and cities marked by the scars of the war, and 'Dilma Rousseff's First Official Visit to the White House' (2015).
For Globo International, he worked alongside journalist Eliseu Caetano on the weekly entertainment program 'Planet Brasil' (2014 and 2015), about the Brazilian community living in the United States. Some of the highlights include: 'Planet 600' (2015),
celebration of the 600th
edition of the program, special interview with journalist Lucas Mendes (2015), from 'Globo News',
after winning the 'Maria Moors Cabot' award at Columbia University, the backstage of 'Brazilian Day' (2014 and 2015) and the coverage of the creation of a giant mural in New York, made by Brazilian graffiti artists Os Gemeos (2015).
Since April 2016, Goulart has worked for Record TV covering factual news in the United States, alongside journalist Heloisa Villela. He participated in the coverage of the 2016 presidential elections of the United States
, the inauguration of President Donald Trump (2017) and the General Assembly of the United Nations (2016 and 2017), during Michel Temer's presidency. Among the reports and series produced for 'Jornal da Record' news, the following stand out: 'The Sound of the Streets in São Paulo and New York' (2016),
on musicians in the subway stations, 'Volunteers in Countries Destroyed by War' (2017), 'Danger in the Water' (2017),
about New York's water contamination with lead, and 'Las Vegas Massacre' (2017),
the biggest massacre in recent US history.
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