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Cândida Borges is a Brazilian contemporary musician and transmedia artist – pianist, singer, songwriter, composer, performer, educator and Scholar. Nowadays she is a PhD Candidate in Arts at Plymouth University (UK, 2018) and a visiting scholar at Columbia University (New York, US). She is launching now a project that proposes to capture the sound and visual memory of people.
Fellipe Barbosa was born in Rio de Janeiro and has an MFA in film from Columbia University. His film Laura won Best Documentary at the 2011 Hamptons Film Festival and was selected at Hot Docs, Visions du Réel and Bafici. His fiction debut Casa Grande, supported by the Sundance Labs, premiered at the 2014 Rotterdam Film Festival, was selected at San Sebastián, Cairo and Havana, and won 13 awards around the world. Gabriel and the Mountain premiered at the 2017 Cannes Critics’ Week, where it won two awards.
Julia Vieira de Andrade Dias is a current student at Columbia’s School of International and Public Affairs, where she is a candidate for a Masters of Public Administration. She acts as the Executive Secretary of Brazil Talk and is the President of the Technology and Innovation Student Association. Dias also works as a Research Assistant of the Tech and Policy Initiative.
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