CAMPAIGN | Unsustainable Suape
- Documentary DP
- Creative Director
- Production Company
São Paulo, State of São Paulo, Brazil
$150 - $300 / Day
Naor is an anthropologist and documentary filmmaker living in London and São Paulo. He writes, shoots and directs films focused on culture, social mobilization and human rights. His first short film about Prestes Maia, the largest occupation in Latin America, won the Face of Exclusion competition of the Inter-American Development Bank. He was a cinematographer on "Soka Afrika" (2010), screened in Al-Jazeera's Witness program, a feature-length documentary on the illegal trafficking of football players between Europe and Africa. He directed episodes in the series "Reis da Rua" of TV Cultura, produced by Mosquito Project; And "BR3 Amores Migrantes" from TV Brasil, produced by Miração Filmes. Recently, he wrote and co-directed an episode on HBO Brasil's "Otros Tempos: Jóvenes" series, produced by Prodigo Films. The series explores in eight feature-length episodes the world of young people today. The episode's theme was suicide. Naor also works with international organizations, such as UN agencies, producing campaigns. In 2016 he co-directed a Young & Rubicam Uruguay campaign for the Teto organization that won the Campana del Oro.
A group of refugees in São Paulo, Brazil is determined to organize a football tournament that would make them visible. The film follows their struggle to bring the plight of refugees to the wider public, and reveals a mosaic of stories about war, violence, hope and love.
Documentary series exploring the reality of living in a favela in Brazil and a township in South Africa through the eyes of two charismatic community leaders.
Directed 2 episodes | A series that tells the stories of local leaders, warriors, artists who became celebrities with fierce courage and talent, defeating the hard truth of their personal daily “reality show”. Broadcast by TV Cultura.