30 YEARS: Tadeu Jungle | 18th Festival

Tadeu Jungle tells of what the emergence of Videobrasil represented in the 1980s, and talks about his participation in the Festival with Herois da Decadên(s)ia, which won a prize at the fifth edition, in 1987


30 YEARS: Marcelo Tas | 18th Festival

In the early 1980s, no one had a camera in their hand, only television, Marcelo Tas explains it. Invading the programming of TV channels was one of the goals of the production company Olhar Eletrônico, of which Tas was a part


30 YEARS: Goulart de Andrade | 18th Festival

A leading figure in Brazilian television, Goulart de Andrade tells of how he met the Olhar Eletrônico boys in 1983, during the 1st Festival, the year in which the group made it into TV Gazeta


30 YEARS: Walter Silveira | 18th Festival

Walter Silveira, one of the founders of TVDO, a pioneering video company in Brazil, reveals how he conceived the piece VT Preparado, inspired by John Cage and Augusto de Campos. The piece won a prize at the 4th Festival


30 YEARS: Marcelo Machado | 18th Festival

The director Marcelo Machado recounts the beginnings of production company Olhar Eletrônico, whose pioneering work in the 1980s gave voice to common citizens, something then unheard of in Brazilian TV news programs


30 YEARS: José Celso Martinez Corrêa | 18th Festival

The theater director José Celso Martinez reminisces on the work of group Uzina Uzona in the 1980s, as they appropriated the new language of video to express themselves amidst the dying breaths of the dictatorship regime


30 YEARS: Fernando Meirelles | 18th Festival

The director Fernando Meirelles revisits the early years of his production with the company Olhar Eletrônico, in the 1980s, when both video and the Festival were in their beginnings


Video Opera for Paik, by Steina Vasulka and Stephen Vitiello | 11th Festival

A visual and musical tribute to Nam June Paik, paid by Stenia Vasulka and Stephen Vitiello in 1996, based on the master’s works