Saturn Return

Saturn Return follows the life of Dante: a 27 year old gay virgo, who is extremelly neurotic and fears losing the control of his life. Dante's life is shaken up when Val, an old friend, returns to Brazil after leaving everything behind to become a model in Europe. He'll learn that some friendships, even the messy ones, can turn out better than the planned.

  • Igor Moreira
    Director
  • Carla Villa-Lobos
    Director
  • Igor Moreira
    Writer
  • Julia Araújo
    Producer
  • Vitória Régia da Silva
    Producer
  • Bruno Bernardini
    Key Cast
    "Dante"
  • Flávia Santana
    Key Cast
    "Goreth"
  • Aliny Ulbricht
    Key Cast
    "Val"
  • Samuel Valladares
    Key Cast
    "Louis"
  • Carla Villa-Lobos
    Cinematographer
  • Pedro Freitas
    Cinematographer
  • Fernanda Martins
    Art Director
  • Ana Mariano
    Costume Design
  • Mariana Graciotti
    Sound
  • Vitoria Parente
    Sound
  • Afra
    Music
  • Gabriel Marinho
    Music
  • Naila Agostinho
    Music
  • Guinevere Gaspari
    Editor
  • Rafael Rodrigues
    Editor
  • Luciano de Azevedo
    Color grading
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    Retorno de Saturno
  • Project Type:
    Web / New Media
  • Runtime:
    7 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    April 1, 2021
  • Country of Origin:
    Brazil
  • Language:
    Portuguese
  • Aspect Ratio:
    16:9
  • Film Color:
    Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
    Yes
  • Student Project:
    No
  • Sicily Web Fest

    Italy
    July 16, 2021
  • Seoul Webfest

    Korea, Republic of
    August 19, 2021
    Best Comedy Nominee
Director Biography - Igor Moreira, Carla Villa-Lobos

Igor Moreira was born in a country town and moved to Rio de Janeiro at the age of 18, where he has lived ever since. He has a degree in Social Communication from UFRJ and works since 2016 with the development and production of original content for TV. He started his career integrating the original content team of NBCU Brazil where he participated in the development of several series. He is currently part of the original content team of the Gloob channel, where he collaborates in the development of DPA, one of the most watched children's series on Brazilian TV.

Carla Villa-Lobos has a degree in Social Communication from UFRJ and has eight years of experience as an assistant director in series, features and short films. As director she made two short films, "Mercadoria" (2017) and "MC Jess" (2018). Her films have been shown at more than 100 festivals in Brazil and in countries such as Chile, Germany, China and the United States, among others. She was selected for the 13th Buenos Aires Talents, a project for young filmmakers from South America organized by the Berlinale and BAFICI.

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