Private Project


"they lived and laughed und loved end left" - filmed diary of 2013.

  • Ian Capillé
  • Ian Capillé
  • Ian Capillé
  • Ian Capillé
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  • Project Type:
    Documentary, Short
  • Runtime:
    21 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    November 1, 2013
  • Production Budget:
    0 USD
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  • Film Color:
    Black & White and Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
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  • 13th Mostra do Filme Livre
    Rio de Janeiro
    March 23, 2014
    Brazilian Premiere
  • 9th CineOP - Mostra de Cinema de Ouro Preto
    Ouro Preto, Minas Gerais
    May 31, 2014
  • 4th Sergipe Film Festival
    Aracaju, Sergipe
    Official Jury - Best Film
  • 25th São Paulo International Short Film Festival
    São Paulo
    Revelation Award
  • 24th Rio de Janeiro International Short Film Festival
    Rio de Janeiro
  • 24th Festival Ibero-americano de Cinema
    Fortaleza, Ceará
    University Jury Prize - Best Short
  • 13th Noia - Brazilian University Film Festival
    Fortaleza, Ceará
    Best Editing
  • 1st MOV - Pernambuco University International Film Festival
    Recife, Pernambuco
    Best Construction of Narrativeness
Director Biography - Ian Capillé

Ian is a filmmaker from Rio de Janeiro.
Since 2010, he is studying at the Cinema and Audiovisual undergraduate course at Universidade Federal Fluminense (UFF) in Niterói, Brazil. In 2012, he also started studying Theory of Theatre at Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Ian directed the shorts Ofélia (“Ophelia”), in post-production; and Se (“If”) (2014), receiving the Revelation Award at the 25th São Paulo International Short Film Festival, Best Short by the University Jury at the 24th Cine Ceará, Best Short at the 4th Sercine, Best Editing at 13th Nóia - Brazilian University Film Festival and Best Construction of Narrativeness at 1st MOV - Pernambuco University International Film Festival; and selected for the 24th Rio de Janeiro International Short Film Festival and others. Ian has just concluded his Graduation Final Film Project for UFF: Fio-terra (“Earthwire”).
He is part of the theater group TARJa, created in 2009, which has performed several plays and delivered many workshops. A few of the highlights are: Horácio (“Horatio”) (2011), presented at Curitiba Theater Festival in 2011, and at theater Glaucio Gill in Rio de Janeiro during the months of November and December; “Horatio” was also awarded with a touring prize of the Secretary of Culture from the State of Rio Janeiro; Insônia (“Insomnia”) (2013), presented for two seasons in Rio de Janeiro.
Pra morrer basta tá vivo ("To die, you only need to be alive"), funded by the Revelation Award, will premiere in this year`s São Paulo International Short Film Festival.
Currently, Ian is working on the pre-production of his first feature film Crimenorme (“Criminormous”).

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