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The Cidade Tiradentes Center is the largest culture medium of São Paulo’s east region. With 30 thousand square meters, the place offers artistic and sport activities to the population; while also providing professional and environmental formation. In addition to the Human Rights themed library, the place has also a technical audiovisual park and a large movie theater with a capacity for 150 seats with digital projection.


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Italy | 2018 | 7 minutes | Director: Marco Jemolo

Framed is a noir animated short-film, which investigates the role of the individual in society. In an anonymous police station, F.K. asks the Law for help in the attempt to report the abuses he has been through: his birth, his formation, his forced work. He will end up stuck in an endless nightmare.


Marco Jemolo graduated in History of Cinema at Università La Sapienza, writing a final essay focused on parallel worlds in animated movies and attended a three months filmmaking workshop at the New York Film Accademy in 2007. Since 2006, he has been working in films, theatre and TV as a Director and Assistant Director. In 2013 Marco moved to London, where he lives and runs his video production company. His documentary “Le città di Roma” has been awarded with the Jury Prize at the ArtDoc Festival 2014 and has been screened at the MAXXI
(Museo delle Arti del XXI secolo). “Framed” is Marco’s first
work of narrative fiction.