YVES GOULART'S CAREER (2010, 2008 AND 2003)
NEWSPAPER: JORNAL DO BRASIL (August 8, 2010)
Axé in New York
"I feel part of a generation that came after the one that participated in the return of Brazilian Cinema in the '90s. The technical advance of the new HD cameras, with similar quality to 35mm, the use of new editing software and even the Internet as a distribution vehicle provide us with more flexibility to produce a film (...)."
NEWSPAPER: THE BRASILIANS (November 2008)
Filmmaking: The Take That Will Be There Forever
"My involvement with cinema comes from an early age, since I was a child. At age 7, I already made cardboard cameras to interview people. It was a make-believe, but it worked for me. (...) But inside my head I was working with images and sounds."
"The turning point, however, was that I was not quite satisfied; with theater I felt I could not make each moment eternal. I could take pictures, even make a video, but every performance was one, unique. But filmmaking would give me that, the take that would be there forever."
NEWSPAPER: GAZETA DO PARANÁ (August 19, 2003)
Talent, Discipline and Dedication
"Besides calling, it’s necessary to have a lot of discipline and dedication to achieve recognition. And the actor Ivy Goulart, 28 years old, learned that very early (at age 7)."