Lucas Abrahão

(eesti keeles)

Lucas Abrahão on Brasiilia päritolu stsenarist. Tal on stsenaristikas magistrikraad Kino Eyes programmist, mis toimub Portugali (Universidade Lusófona), Shotimaa (Edinburgh Napier University) ja Eesti (Tallinna Ülikooli Balti filmi, meedia, kunstide ja kommunikatsiooni instituudi) koostöös. Tal on käsil Läti mängufilmi “Upruga” stsenariumi arendus (rezissöör Ugis Olte). Samuti on ta Brasiilia telesarja “Cienfuegus” stsenarist (Turner Television, 2021).

Lucas õpetab stsenaristikat São Paulo Kinoinstituudis. Praegu on ta ka arendamas Brasiilia rahvuslike stipendiumite toega kahte täispika mängufilmi stsenaariumi koos Kauê Tellolliga (“Dead Volume” režissöör, PÖFF 2019) ja Jotagá Cremaga (üks Netflixi originaalsarja “3%” stsenaristidest ja režissööridest).

Tema tööde hulgas on mitmete lühifilmide stsenaariumid, sh:
“Roof Knocking” (Eesti, 2018) – parima lühifilmi preemia Kairo rahvusvahelisel filmifestivalil
“Il Vespista” (Itaalia/Indoneesia, 2020) – esilinastus Veneetsia rahvusvahelisel filmifestivalil
“Unejutud” (Eesti, 2019)
“Audition for the Dead” (Iirimaa, 2020).

Ta on osalenud mitmetes rahvusvahelistes programmides, näiteks Berlinale Talents – Buenos Aires 2017; POWR Baltic (PÖFF 2018); Willapa Bay AiR 2019 (USA) ja võitnud kolmanda koha 2018 FRAPA võistlusel, mis on suurim stsenaariumite festival Ladina-Ameerikas.

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(in English)

Lucas Abrahão is a Brazilian screenwriter who holds a Master’s degree in screenwriting from the Kinoeyes programme, divided between Portugal (Universidade Lusófona), Scotland (Edinburgh Napier University) and Estonia (Baltic Film and Media School). He is currently a co-writer of the Latvian feature film Upurga, directed by Ugis Olte, and a scriptwriter for the Brazilian TV Series Cienfuegos (Turner Television, due 2021).

He is a teacher of Screenwriting at the São Paulo Institute of Cinema and is developing two feature film screenplays awarded with Brazilian national grants, together with Kauê Tellolli (director of Dead Volume – POFF 2019) and Jotagá Crema (one of the writers and directors of Netflix Original Series 3%).

Lucas has written screenplays for numerous short films, including Roof Knocking (Estonia, 2018), winner of the Best Short Film award at the Cairo International Film Festival; Il Vespista (Italy/Indonesia, 2020), premiere at the Venice International Film Festival (2020); Unejutud (Estonia, 2019), and Audition for the Dead (Ireland, 2020), among others.

He has participated in Berlinale Talents – Buenos Aires 2017; POWR Baltic (POFF – 2018); Willapa Bay AiR 2019 (USA), and won the third place at the 2018 FRAPA competition, the biggest screenplay festival in Latin America.

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