It was a complex endeavor so without Robert Redford's constant support we wouldn't have gotten to the end.
My father was a diplomat for part of his life and I jumped from country to country and culture to… (read more)
No, I worked a lot for European television, doing documentaries in Brazil.
On the contrary, I'm a strong believer in the necessity of imperfection coming into the film.
So I feel a responsibility to help first-time film-makers in Brazil, but also to increase the dialogue between film cultures… (read more)
So the search for a father in Central Station is also a search for a country.
I went to Cuba maybe eight or nine times.
I'm much more interested in living specific experiences in films.