City of Salgueiro, in the heartland of Pernambuco, Brazil. In the stands, the heat punishes the fans. On the radio, Fire Mouth ignites the broadcasting. There’s no sports commentator like Fire Mouth.
Luciano Pérez Fernández is a Brazilian director, cinematographer and producer. He graduated in Journalism and Cinema and has a Master’s in Documentary Filmmaking. His short documentary made for TV, Os boias-frias do futebol, won best short film at Cinefoot 2015 and Football Film Festival Australia 2015. Luciano has also directed music videos and webseries for YouTube. Boca de Fogo (Fire Mouth) is his first film made for cinema.
We are very pleased to announce the winners of Leiden International Short Film Experience 2019!
Our event for International Women’s Day went off without a hitch! From early morning, the mood was joyous and jittery, a spirit of celebration which accompanied us throughout the day and into the night.
On January 20th 2019, we learned about the historical development of VR technologies, and the ways in which this medium’s development intertwines with and diverts from the trajectory of modern cinema and traditional film making.
On January 14th 2019, LISFE organized a talk around the theme of nonviolent communication. Jonathan Heppner, a student of psychology and philosophy at Leiden University, used the film Life Compass by Chloë Saint-Denis as a starting point for this discussion.