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Rua! (2013)

On 12, Dec 2016 | No Comments | In | By Tangerina

Rua! (2013)

The series “Rua!” discuss matters of urbanization, leisure, memory, the right to the city and diverse forms o public space occupation, recreating emotional bonds between the city and its inhabitants revealing new ways of creating and thinking the public space. The episodes have an average duration of 10 minutes.


  • a production Department of Human Rights of Sao Paulo City Hall

    realization Tangerina Entretenimento

    premiere December 10th, 2013

    TV series


    10 minutes each


  • directed by Tata Amaral

    co-directed by Francisco Cesar Filho and Caru Alves de Souza

    treatment Tata Amara, Caru Alves de Souza and Eloá Chouzal

    cinematographer and camera operator Léo Ruda, Manoela Cardoso, Thaisa Oliveira and Pedro Pipano

    2nd camera operator Aloísio Araújo, Edson Spitaletti and Manoela Cardoso

    editing Luiz Felipe Moreira Paulin, Alexandre Lima, Osmar Junior and Fernando Lopes

    editing assistant Marina Spelzon

    color Alexandre Lima and Marina Spelzon

    music André Whoong

    research Eloá Chouzal

    executive producer Caru Alves de Souza

    production manager Angelina Trevisan and Thais Morresi

    mixing Pedro Noizyman

    making of director Francisco César Filho

    making of camera operator Aloísio Araújo, Edson Spitaletti and Manoela Cardoso

    making of editing Fernando Lopes, Marina Spelzon and Tunay Canepari

    teaser editing Otavio Nagano and Osmar Junior

    communication coordinator Francisco César Filho

    finalization Luiz Felipe Moreira Paulin and Marina Spelzon



    art director and original conception Sato do Brasil and Murilo Thaveira – Casadalapa

    animation Átila Fragozo – Casadalapa

    sound Pedro Noizyman – Casadalapa


    tangerina entretenimento’s crew

    finance department Ana Kormanski

    producer Karen Nakamura

    financial Luiz Armando Cosenza

    intern Gui Valentim

  • 6emeia

    The artistic duo utilizes as support for their artistic interventions the urban furniture: gullies, sewers, DMV control boxes. The name 6emeia, is an allusion to the time both hands on a clock point down, where the artists directs the view of the public.


    In the heart of Santa Inês slums, in Ermelino Matarazzo (east side of São Paulo), the plastic artist Elcio Torres created the Ateliê Azu, the intends to teach the artisanal technique of the tile. The initiative also applies those tiles in streets of the community, changing the texture of the streets and stairs creating boulevards, naming streets and modifying the public space and recreating the meaning of the streets.


    If the city of São Paulo has approximately seven million private cars driving and its roads leave few spaces for the living together between people. the Carro Verde, intervention by the BijaRI group, revitalizes the public space when they transform an abandoned car into a boulevard.


    The provocative performance of awareness and prevention with youngsters by a group of four drag queen that acts as a goodness squad, specially on sundays at Largho do Arouche a traditional LGBT place in the city.


    The Bolivian community represents one of the biggest groups of immigrants of the city of São Paulo and for more than 20 years organizes the Bolivian Fair of Coimbra Street, in the neighborhood of Bras, that, until today wasn’t legalized. The initiative brings a piece of Bolivia to the community, apart from the traditional foods and beverages it is an important meeting point.


    The theatre group and it’s play “Estrada do Sul”, played at Vila Maria Zélia (the first workers village in Brazil, in Belezinho neighborhood) and addresses the urban mobilization that is the first order of business in modern cities.


    A small terrain where once was only grass and garbage and now there are fowers, spices, vegetables, a “geladoteca” (a mix between a freezer and a library), urban art, furniture and people. The Horta Comunitária da Vila Pompéia became a self-supported space for familiarity and it’s initiative breaks the big city pattern where everyone ins closed  inside their private walls and resignifies the shared work and community life.


    The carnival block composed by women and lead by Beth Beli, rescues the african culture traditions. With songs composed by themselves, 130 women on the drums and dancers representing African Deities, they go through the streets of downtown São Paulo opening the carnival of the city gathering thousands of people on the streets.


    The group of artists Imargem acts from the margins of the Billings reservoir, south side of São Paulo, and creates graffiti and sculptures with residues and objects found on the way, it is interventions the provoke the look of the populations and public power to see the city.


    The episode documents two actions. The first is from the groups “Boa Praça”, headed by Raimundo Nóbrega that creates comfortable urban furniture. Installed next to the bus stop at Largo da Batata, they were immediately occupied by citzens. The other performance is the group “A Batata precisa de Você”. Weekly the invite other groups and activists and realize artistic occupations, social occupation and leisure in the boulevard, rebuilding the imaginary of people and the enormous boulevard almost completely deserted.


    Laura Guimarães hears stories and compresses them into short screenplays the size of a tweet printed on colorful posters that she spreads through downtown São Paulo. To find one of them is an invitation to imagination, an experience of interpretation and the possibility to resignify the public space and daily life.


    Paulinho in Fluxus is one of the artists and activists behind this “tank” – a supermarket trolley with an apparatus of a pink plastic cannon – an aesthetic gun from the street manifestation of São Paulo, a fragile and strong device in pink that goes through the city, a political and poetical intervention.


    São Paulo produces 18 thousand tons of garbage per day and only 2% of this is recycled , being the unregistered garbage collectors responsible for 90% of the recyclable material pick up. It is estimated that in the city are around 20 thousand unregistered garbage collectors. A initiative from the Vila Mariana neighborhood creates the first parking spot for wagonettes used by these collectors of the city and in here we find they in the context of the daily life of this garbage collectors.


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