By Amir Labaki
Jorge Bodanzky, one of the main Brazilian filmmakers and photographers, celebrated his 80th birthday last week (December 22). In the midst of very fair celebrations, such as those organized by the recent Brasília Festival and by the IMS-SP, he is the one who represents us, elegant and modest as usual, maintaining intense production.
He is getting ready to release in theaters, after the intense festival circuit at the end of the year, a new and urgent documentary, “Amazônia, A Nova Minamata?” (Amazon Forest, The New Minamata?) about the devastating contamination of the Munduruku by . . .
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