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credits

Director

Luiz Azambuja & Pedro Presser

Writer

Gabriel Dutra, Gabriel Fagundes, Gabriel Garcia, Luiz Azambuja & Pedro Presser

Photography

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Art Director​

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Editor

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Producer

João Pedro Panzardi

Sound

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Cast

Lucas Albuquerque Luís & Lucas Dalenogare

director biography

synopsis

"Delivery" is a fiction short film that follows Rafinha's last delivery of the night, a young adult who works delivering food to support his Family. The film raises reflections on the role and importance of the worker in society, and how these lives are easily replaced by the system. The story takes place in Porto Alegre, in 2023, and follows Rafinha's journey as he tries to make an extra delivery at the end of his shift.

Entrega

specifications

Project Title (Original Language)

Entrega

Genres

Fiction

Runtime

18'36''

Shooting Format

Digital 4K

Aspect Ratio

16:9

Film Color

Color

State, Country/Language

Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil/Português

Student Project

SOCIEDADE DE EDUCACAO RITTER DOS REIS

Luiz Azambuja was born in São Gabriel, RS, and graduated in
audiovisual production at Uniritter was a fellow at the GPENA Research Group (research group on audiovisual narratives). His works include "Feijão Preto" (2019), nominated as Best Film at the Rosebud Festival, "Fica Bem" (2020), shown at Docuvir.20 and Stop Virus Film Festival, "Síndrome do Survivor" (2022), selected among the Best Minutes of 2022 at Festival do Minuto, and "Moldura" (2022), winner of the FACS Award for Best Fiction.
Pedro Presser was born on October 18, 1997, in the city of Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul. Currently graduated in Audiovisual Production at the Ritter dos Reis University (Uniritter), he is a member of the GPENA research group (Audiovisual Narratives Research Group), where he has the opportunity to explore and study different aspects of audiovisual autobiographical narratives. His works include "Imanência" (2021), awarded 1st place in the Facs Award for Best Documentary and "Moldura" (2022), awarded 1st place in the Facs Award for Best Fiction.

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