- Brazil, 2017, 18′, col.
- Rights: Festivals, Sales
The last chapter of a short film trilogy. The growing desire between Sandro and Maicon.
Graduated in Cinema and Audiovisual at Universidade Federal Fluminense and History at Universidade Federal de Goiás, Daniel Nolasco has directed and scripted more than ten short films, such as: Tatame (Tatame), 2016; Febre da Madeira (Wood Sickness), 2015, awarded as Best Director and Best Documentary Film at the 18th FICA; Urano (Uranus), 2013, awarded as best experimental film at Bienal de Curitiba, Os Sobreviventes (The Survivors), 2013, awarded with the Cine França Brasil Award at II Curta Brasília and Best Film at VIII Miragem; Gil(2012), screened at Munich International Festival of Film Schools and more than twenty festivals. Daniel received two honorable mentions for the scripts of Happiness Arives at 40 at the 22nd Rio de Janeiro International short film festival and O Monstro no Armário de Dona Odete (The Monster in Mrs. Odete ́s Closet) at the 18th FBCU. Daniel also worked as post-production producer on the French-Brazilian production La Grenouille et Dieu, 2013, directed by Alice Furtado, produced at Le Fresnoy. He also worked as a producer at the exhibition about the Le Fresnoy School Era uma vez… (Oi Futuro), 2012 and as production manager at Expo® Godard exhibition (Oi Futuro, 2013), which was curated by Dominique Païni and Anne Marquez. It was the biggest exhibition ever made about Jean-Luc Godard in Brazil. Daniel was also part of the team of curators and producers of Mostra de Cinema e Direitos Humanos no Hemisfério Sul (Cinema and Human Rights Festival at the Southern Hemisphere).
Norval Berbari, Leandro José
Aline Mazzarella, Daniel Nolasco, Matheus Peçanha, Thiago Yamachita
- Executive production
- Rio FGC Film Festival 2017 – Short Film Competition
- Goiania Mostra Curtas 2017 – Goias Competition
- Cine Diversidade Rio de Janeiro 2017 – Short Film Competition
- Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival CurtaCinema 2017 – National Short Film Competition
- Rio FGC Film Festival 2017 – Best Carioca Short Film