Naia and the Moon – Trailer

Short film “Naiá e a Lua” (“Naiá and the Moon”), directed by Leandro Tadashi Synopsis: Young Naiá falls in love with the moon after listening to the story on how the stars in the sky came to be. Based on…

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Short film “Naiá e a Lua” (“Naiá and the Moon”), directed by Leandro Tadashi

Synopsis:
Young Naiá falls in love with the moon after listening to the story on how the stars in the sky came to be. Based on an indigenous myth from the Amazon Rainforest.

Crew:
Director, Animator, Writer and Producer: Leandro Tadashi
Producer: Luciana Pilon
Casting and Cast Coach: Eduardo Cardoso
Production Designer and Costume Designer: Arieli Marcondes
Director of Photography: Thaisa Oliveira
Editor: Thaís Bologna
Assistant Director: Vinícius Casimiro
Sound Design: Guile Martins
Music: Vitor Kisil

Cast:
Naiá: Liviane Arã Mirim de Lima
Elder Lady: Brandina Benites Guarani

Screened in over 60 Film Festivals worldwide.

International Festivals:
– Festival International du Court Métrage à Clermont-Ferrand (France, 2011);
– 57th International Short Film Festival Oberhausen (Germany, 2011) – Award: Special Mention;
– The Archaeology Channel International Film and Video Festival (USA, 2011) – Awards: Best Music Award and Honorable Mentions by the jury in the Animation & Effects, Cinematography, Script, and Most Inspirational categories;
– DC Shorts Film Festival (USA, 2011);
– 24fps (USA, 2010);
– Kino Klub Novi Sad – Film Front (Serbia, 2010);
– ISFFI (India, 2011);
– Cortisonici (Italy, 2011);
– The 15th International Umbria Film Festival (Italy, 2011);
– Lago Film Fest (Italy, 2011);
– Concorto Film Festival (Italy, 2011);
– Priverno Film Festival (Italy, 2011);
– Festival de Cinema de Martil (Marrocos, 2011);
– Tanz Cine Brazil Festival (Tanzania, 2011);
– Auburn Int Film Festival for Children and Young Adults (Australia, 2011).

Brazilian Festivals:
– II Curta Carajás (Belém, Brazil, 2010) – Award: Best Short Fiction Film;
– Amazônia Doc.2 (Belém, Brazil, 2010) – Award: Best Short Fiction Film (Public’s choice);
– Jornada Internacional de Cinema da Bahia (Brazil, 2011) – Awards: Best Fiction Film, Best Editing and Best Original Score;
– Festival de Cinema de Gramado (Brazil, 2010);
– São Paulo International Short Film Festival (Brazil, 2010);

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