|TITLE||AS DÚAS EN PUNTO|
|PRODUCTION||Uliane Tatit; Caio Nolasco; Escola de Cinema de Barcelona.|
Spain, 1940s. Two young seamstress sisters, Maruxa and Coralia, have their lives changed during the Civil War. In resistance to the Franco dictatorship, the anarchists leave their house every day at two o’clock. Years later, they become the most photographed women in Santiago de Compostela, land of pilgrims. To find out what Maruxa and Coralia have done, director Uliane Tatit travels to the Galician capital and follows the paths made by the two sisters.
27 years. Brazilian. Journalist and film director. I was graduated at the Escola de Cinema de Barcelona (Spain) and I finished my master degree with the shortfilm “As Dúas en Punto” (2022), an hybrid story about two anarchists sisters who resist Franco’s dictatorship. In Brazil, with the shortfilm “Margarida decide falar” (2021), a story about a student tortured during the Brazilian military dictatorship, I won a government funding prize at the Mostra Vidas Femininas, organized by Museu da Pessoa (Ministério do Turismo e Secretaria Especial da Cultura de Brasil and Governo do Estado de São Paulo). My projects are generally political and are committed to create stories about