Cores (Colors)

by Francisco Garcia

Synopsis

In São Paulo today, CORES follows the everyday routine of three bewildered friends.

They always make the least of any situation: Luca is a tattoo artist who lives with his grandmother. Luiz works in a drugstore and does drug trafficking with his motorcycle while Luara, his girlfriend takes care of an ornamental fish shop. Their dramatic nonchalance leads them to hang out together to avoid boredom and get away from the consumerist society while they all believe in better days.

CORES is a tale of love and cheating between three youngsters from São Paulo, a huge city in full economic upswing.

Specifications

Brazil – 2012 – 95  min – HD – Black & White – 2:39 – Dolby Digital – Brazilian

English title

Colors

Written by

Gabriel Campos and Francisco Garcia

Produced by

Sara Silveira & André Gevaerd

Featuring

Acauã Sol, Pedro di Pietro & Simone Iliescu

Music

Wilson Sukorski

Festivals and Awards

  • San Sebastian – New Directors Official Selection
  • Sao Paulo – New Directors
  • Rio – Director’s Fortnight
  • Glasgow FF – World Cinema
  • Cartagena – Competition
  • East End Film Festival – UK – Competition
  • Lima Film Festival – Peru – Competition
  • Cinerama BC – Brazil – Competition
  • Zurich Film Festival – World Cinema
  • Spanish FF – Manila- World Cinema
  • Costa Rica IFF – Competition- Best Photography and Best Editing
  • Films from the South – Norway – World Cinema
  • Taoyuan IFF – Taiwan – World Cinema
  • Dominican Republic IFF – Competition
  • Mar del Plata IFF – Argentina – World Cinema
  • Filmar en America Latina – Switzerland – World Cinema
  • Castellinaria Young People’s FF – Switzerland
  • FESTin Festival – Portugal
  • Kino Brazil in Prague, Czech Republic

Awards in Brazil

  • Brazil International Festival 2013 – Best Feature, Direction and Photography
  • Festival Cinema de Triunfo – Best Director, Actress, Sound and Photography awards
  • Guarnicê Film Festival 2013 – Best Feature, Script, Actress and Photography
  • Santa Maria da Feira- Best Actress & Best First Feature