Waiting for the Carnival
- International Competition
- 2020 Focus - Eco Us, Eco Earth
|Synopsis||The small village of Toritama is a microcosm of relentless capitalism. Each year, more than 20-million pairs of jeans are produced in make-shift factories. The locals work non-stop hours, proud to be the masters of their own time. During Carnival, the only leisure moment of the year, they transgress the logic of accumulation of goods, sell their belongings without regret and flee to the beaches in search of ephemeral happiness. When Ash Wednesday arrives, a new work cycle begins.|
Marcelo GOMES 마르셀루 고메스His debut feature film Cinema, Aspirins and Vultures gathered great media attention in 2005 at Cannes Film Festival where it won French National Education Award. He is also known for Once upon a time was I, Veronica (2012) and Joaquim (2017).