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Cláudio Assis (born December 19, 1959) is a Brazilian filmmaker. He was born in Caruaru, in the state of Pernambuco, and went to Recife, the state's capital, when he was 17. There, he started to attend for Economics and Communication studies, but he felt "totally incompatible" with its structure. After working as assistant in some production, he went to direct his own short films: Padre Henrique - Um Crime Político (1987), Soneto do Desmantelo Blue (1993), Viva o Cinema (1996), and Texas Hotel (1999). The latter served as inspiration for his first feature film Mango Yellow, which was released in 2002, winning several awards including the Best Film at the Festival de Brasília. His second feature film, Bog of Beasts (2006), debuted won five awards, including Best Film, at the Festival de Bra

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  • Cláudio Assis (Caruaru, 19 de dezembro de 1959) é um cineasta brasileiro. Do início de sua carreira como ator e cineclubista em Caruaru, até a direção do primeiro longa-metragem Amarelo Manga (2002), o diretor construiu uma trajetória que inclui a direção e produção de curtas, documentários e longas. Estes últimos são resultado de profunda reflexão sobre a linguagem cinematográfica e seus meios de produção. Sua obra dialoga entre si e constrói um discurso cinematográfico próprio, focado na reflexão do comportamento humano. Seus longas são projetos de baixo orçamento, embora na tela não transpareçam as dificuldades e limitações enfrentadas para a realização. Entre seus trabalhos de direção destacam-se Baixio das Bestas (2006), premiado nos festivais de Brasília, Roterdã, Miami e Paris; Amar
  • Cláudio Assis (born December 19, 1959) is a Brazilian filmmaker. He was born in Caruaru, in the state of Pernambuco, and went to Recife, the state's capital, when he was 17. There, he started to attend for Economics and Communication studies, but he felt "totally incompatible" with its structure. After working as assistant in some production, he went to direct his own short films: Padre Henrique - Um Crime Político (1987), Soneto do Desmantelo Blue (1993), Viva o Cinema (1996), and Texas Hotel (1999). The latter served as inspiration for his first feature film Mango Yellow, which was released in 2002, winning several awards including the Best Film at the Festival de Brasília. His second feature film, Bog of Beasts (2006), debuted won five awards, including Best Film, at the Festival de Bra
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  • Cláudio Assis (Caruaru, 19 de dezembro de 1959) é um cineasta brasileiro. Do início de sua carreira como ator e cineclubista em Caruaru, até a direção do primeiro longa-metragem Amarelo Manga (2002), o diretor construiu uma trajetória que inclui a direção e produção de curtas, documentários e longas. Estes últimos são resultado de profunda reflexão sobre a linguagem cinematográfica e seus meios de produção. Sua obra dialoga entre si e constrói um discurso cinematográfico próprio, focado na reflexão do comportamento humano. Seus longas são projetos de baixo orçamento, embora na tela não transpareçam as dificuldades e limitações enfrentadas para a realização. Entre seus trabalhos de direção destacam-se Baixio das Bestas (2006), premiado nos festivais de Brasília, Roterdã, Miami e Paris; Amarelo Manga, premiado em Brasília, Toulouse (França), Miami e Fortaleza; Chico Science – Retratos Brasileiros (2008) e Vou de Volta (2007). Também diretor dos curtas O Brasil em Curtas 06 - Curtas Pernambucanos (1999), Texas Hotel (1999), Viva o Cinema (1996), Soneto do Desmantelo Blue (1993) e Henrique (1987). Em 2011 estreou seu longa-metragem Febre do Rato no Festival de Cinema de Paulínia, levando diversas premiações.
  • Cláudio Assis (born December 19, 1959) is a Brazilian filmmaker. He was born in Caruaru, in the state of Pernambuco, and went to Recife, the state's capital, when he was 17. There, he started to attend for Economics and Communication studies, but he felt "totally incompatible" with its structure. After working as assistant in some production, he went to direct his own short films: Padre Henrique - Um Crime Político (1987), Soneto do Desmantelo Blue (1993), Viva o Cinema (1996), and Texas Hotel (1999). The latter served as inspiration for his first feature film Mango Yellow, which was released in 2002, winning several awards including the Best Film at the Festival de Brasília. His second feature film, Bog of Beasts (2006), debuted won five awards, including Best Film, at the Festival de Brasília, and the Tiger Award at the International Film Festival Rotterdam. Rat Fever, his third film, was released in 2011 and won the Best Film Award at the Festival de Paulínia.
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