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The Aranhas’ MembersS

Anahí Borges

Is graduated in Film at the University of São Paulo, with emphasis on production and script, and has specialized in script at Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia di Roma – Scuola Nazionale di Cinema, one of the most important film schools in Europe. She was the screenwriter and the assistant director on several short films, both Brazilian and Italian, screened in festivals around the world:  Latin America, Europe, Asia, Africa and the USA. Collaborated in the shortfilm “L'estate che non viene”, Pasquale Marino (64º Festival de Cannes: Cinéfondation) and was the second assistant director in the soap opera “Passione”, Rede Globo Brazil, while filming in Tuscany. Wrote the feature film "Portorosa", by Pasquale Marino, during the Cannes Rèsidence 2012. Back to Brazil is ahead of several Aranhas Films’projects acting as creator, director and producer. In 2014 she attended as a filmmaker the Talent Campus Buenos Aires – Berlinale.

Andrea Paolo Massara

Is the son of Italian immigrants and spent his childhood in Switzerland and his adolescence in Calabria. He graduated at Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia di Roma - Scuola Nazionale di Cinema and currently writes for cinema. Among others works, he is the author of "South is Nothing" by Fabio Mollo (Toronto Film Festival 2013 - Discovery; Berlinale 2014 - Generation, Shooting Stars Award for best actress) and "The Wait" by Piero Messina, currently in pre-production, whose the main character will be Juliette Binoche.

Chaia Dechen

Was born in India and spent his childhood and adolescence in São Paulo, Brasília, London and California. Videomaker graduated in Digital Media Production at the University of the Arts – London and specialized in Film Direction at Academia Internacional de Cinema de São Paulo. She has been working as a video editor, producer, director and graphic designer. She's part of Abravídeo’s team, a NGO whose mission is to work for the democratization of access to media tools and communication in order to enable social change. She's also visual communicator of the socio-cultural production company Griô Produções that produces the yearly Afro Latin American and Caribbean woman’s festival at Brasília city.

Drika Nery

Is writer and dramaturge from São Paulo. Studied Film at FAAP and is formed by the Center for Dramatic Arts at SESI- British Council. She’s part of the Center for Contemporary Drama - CDC - a group of dramaturgic research and creation. Also works with Cia. Fábrica São Paulo, a theater company founded in the 80s, and with the Teatro para Alguém, a group of scenic creation via internet which is innovation the relations between theatre and technology. Participated in the project “Capitanias Hereditárias” (2012), a partnership between Brazilian and Portuguese playwrights in the cities of Lisbon and Coimbra. She is part of the writing team that adapted the Brazilian version of the series “Be Tipul”, at the channel GNT (by Moonshot Pictures). Wrote the plays "Um sol cravado no céu da boca”, “Esboço para uma quase paisagem”, and a web play "Cardápio de Soluções Indigestas", among others. Wrote and directed the short films “Rua Augusta” (2005), “Realidade Experimental” (2004) and “Réstias” (2003). 

Elena Fedeli

Is an italian director of photography, screenwriter and still photographer with a strong background in art and architecture (I.U.A.V - Venice / U.C.L. - London), developed several projects in the area of visual arts in Brazil, Argentina and Italy. Filmmaker with 20 years experience, trained in cinematography at the London Independent Filmakers Coop during the 90s, she held various positions in cinema and television; in her training counts professional such as Vittorio Storaro, Abbas Kiarostami, Carlo Lizzani, Fernando Solanas, Manuel De Oliveira, Peter Grenaway. As D.o.P. worked with several directors, including G. Muskala (“Vito's Way”, 2006), P. Demarzo (“Punti di Vista”, 2005, candidate for the award David of Donatello in 2006), Pasquale Marino (“A felicidade não é alegre”, in post production),  Victor Nascimento (“A Âncora do Marujo” 2014). She conducts workshops in Brazil and Italy (courses of three-dimensional graphics, still photography, video and cinematography).

Gustavo Maximiliano

He’s graduated in Film at University of São Paulo. He’s also attended courses in directing and screenwriting at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).  He was production manager on several short films including “Pety Pode Tudo” (Anahí Borges, 2012) and “Os irmãos Mai”  (Thais Fujinaga, 2012) and also in many internet advertisements for companies like Ford Motors, Citroen, Itau Bank, Petrobras, Visa, among others. He produced the television pilots “Contos de Obituário” (Ricardo Mordoch), screened in the 2010  FIPA (Biarritz, France) and in the FITV 2010 (Rio de Janeiro), and the web series “Botolovers”, aired in 2012. He was production assistant on the Brazilian feature film “Estamos Juntos” (Toni Venturi, 2009) and in the telefilm “Alice – um especial em duas partes” shown on HBO in 2011 and was the production manager assistant of the fictional series “Família Imperial” (Canal Futura, 2013). He also was th production manager of the fictional series “Vida de Estagiário” (“Intern’s life”), broadcast on TV Brasil/Warner Chanel and of the Brazilian feature film “Dia dos Namorados” (2013).

Laura Carvalho

She’s an art director and a visual arts researcher. Graduated in Film at University of São Paulo, attended a Master at the same Institute. She researches the relationship between color, film and visual arts, especially Modern and Contemporary Art.  Presented the results of her inquests at national and international conferences (Brazil, Spain and England). Her works with art direction for film bring together theory and practice, with a focus on color and plasticity of the materials. She works as art director, objects producer and decorator for shorts and feature films and as scenographer for theater. She worked as assistant art for advertisements (Vivo, Volkswagen, among others). She’s a member of the University of São Paulo’s Group of Chromatic Studies and also a member of the Laboratory of Audiovisual Critique and Investigation (LAICA, as the acronym in Portuguese).

Pasquale Marino

Was born in the city of Messina, Sicily, Italy. He graduated from the University of Rome 3 and specialized in film direction at the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia di Roma, one of the most important film schools in Europe. Between 2008 and 2011 he directed several short films including: “Le Sorelle Pasetto” (Belaria Film Festival 2010), “il tuo è un cigno corvo” (Torino Film Festival 2009) and “La prova dell'uovo” (Torino Film Festival 2010). His latest short film, “L'estate che non viene”, was selected in the 64 th Festival du Cannes in the Cinéfondation.  Currently he’s concluding his film "A felicidade não é alegre (Happiness is not a joyful thing)", produced by Lumen film and Aranhas Films.  He attended at the program Rèsidence of Cannes Film Festival, developing the feature film project entitled “Portorosa”. In 2013 he win a film developing program for an Italian-Brazilian coproduction. Currently he is working on a documentary film named "Scaring the Death".

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