Part of “Cruzamentos: Contemporary Brazilian Documentary”
Sunday, August 10, 2014
The Hills of Disorder (Serras da desordem) (Brazil, 2006)
7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Billy Wilder Theater (Hammer Museum)
10899 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90024
Directed by Andréa Tonacci.
The Hills of Disorder is an adventurous, ambitious dream of a film by Andrea Tonacci, a veteran Cinema Marginal director. Through a mix of documentary and recreation, Tonacci tells the fascinating tale of Carapiru, an Indian who survived the massacre of his tribe to find himself, essentially, an internal refugee for the next decade. For this remarkable documentary, Carapiru himself recreates scenes from his life, adding to the poignancy and alienation of his story.
Producer: Andréa Tonacci. Screenwriter: Andréa Tonacci, Sidney Possuelo, Wellington Soares. Cast: Carapiru.
135 mins | Portuguese with English subtitles
Parking is available in the lot under the Billy Wilder Theater. Enter from Westwood Blvd., just north of Wilshire. Parking for people with disabilities is provided on levels P1 and P3. Mon-Fri: After 6 p.m.: $3.00 flat rate. Mon-Fri: Before 6 p.m.: $3.00 for first 3 hours with Museum validation and $1.50 per 15 minutes thereafter. Sat-Sun: $3.00 flat rate. To obtain validation stamp show your ticket stub at the security desk in the Wilshire Lobby.
For more information please contact
Public Programs Tel: (310) 206-1475
Download File: 07-11-14Cruzamentos-kz-mxp.pdf
Sponsor(s): UCLA Film & Television Archive, Center for Brazilian Studies, UCLA Division of Humanities, Wexner Center for the Arts, and Department of Spanish & Portuguese.