Branco sai, preto fica
White Out, Black In
02 July | 17:00h | Teatro Principal | GALICIAN PREMIERE
Film programmed by critic Javier Trigales within the call RESONANCIAS, in colaboration with the cultural association Convergencias de la Crítica Cinematográfica [Download article].
In the outskirts of Brasília, the police interrupt a black music party under the pretext of fighting drug dealing, but it soon escalates into racist violence. A federal agent starts to investigate the case. He files a lawsuit against the State, accusing it of crimes against the black and marginal communities. Is the State of Brazil guilty?
Brasil | 2014 | 93’ | Color | DCP
Direction: Adirley Queirós. Script: Adirley Queirós. Cinematography: Leonardo Feliciano. Editing: Guille Martins. Sound: Francisco Feliciano, Marquim do Tropa. Cast: Marquim do Tropa, Shockito, Dilmar Durães, DJ Jamaika, Gleide Firmino. Production: Adirley Queirós, Denise Vieira. Production Company: Cinco da Norte.
Unam-FICUNAM 2015. Special Jury Award.
Cartagena de Indias IFF 2015. Special Jury Award and International Critics Award.
Uruguay IFF 2015. Best Film Award.
Adirley Queirós is a Brazilian filmmaker, screenwriter, and producer with a background as a football player. In 2005, he graduated in Filmmaking from the Universidade de Brasília. Queirós has served as a programmer and juror for several film festivals, and has developed and organised training programs devoted to filmmaking. His documentary short film Rap, o canto da Ceilândia (2005) earned him thirteen awards at film festivals from around Brazil. In 2010 he wrote, directed, and produced his first documentary feature film, A cidade é uma só? White Out, Black In (Branco Sai, Preto Fica) is his second feature film.