Hello, my name is Aron and I'm a Filmmaker.
I was born and raised in São Paulo and I've began my journey into filmmaking while studying advertising at ESPM. There I've got the chance to do a short film and fell in love with Cinema. I've left São Paulo in 2007 and went to Buenos Aires to study Film Direction at Universidad del Cine.
During that time I've immersed myself into Cinema - studying and getting my hands on everything I could and directing 18 short films and 1 middle-length film. Returning to São Paulo in 2012 I've wrote the pilot of an animated cartoon series called Luka Starbuster (still looking for sponsors), edited a feature-documentary film called Alumbrones and worked as assistant director in short films and commercials. I've also worked as production assistant and producer at Lobo / Vetor Zero from 2013 to 2014 under the guidance of Loic François Marie Dubois.
This year I've finished my first experimental feature film called "Essay on love" and worked at New York City developing a documentary project called Encounter with DKR Films. Currently I'm freelancing and developing several independent projects.
Had the pleasure to work with
Cafézinho pós-sessão, para uma comunhão, reflexão e discussão. (Sorry for all english reading folks, this part of the site [my good-old blog that I have since 2005] will be available only in portuguese.)
Eu gostaria de apresentar aqui uma reflexão sobre o livro, mas a verdade é que a leitura não me atingiu as profundezas. (fora as reflexões do capítulo 2 com certeza me pegaram em cheio…) Porém, como reles mortal, para mim foi uma leitura boa e desfrutei da companhia de Gustav, Mann, Tadzio e Veneza nos dias que o li.
Mas vamos ao filme!
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Páscoa! Na quinta-feira e sexta-feira santas vi Through a Glass Darkly, The Virgin Spring e Winter Light, do saudoso mestre Ingmar Bergman. Por acaso, sem eu o saber, claro, para a minha surpresa, os 3 filmes se passam nos dias da Paixão. (que coincidência?)