Du Bois in Our Time, a documentary I edited and co-wrote will be screened at the United States Studies Center at the University of Sydney (Australia) on Tuesday, April 15, 2014 at 2PM. Du Bois in Our Time explores the work of ten artists based on the writings and ideas of the scholar and activist, W.E.B. Du Bois. Produced by UMass Museum of Contemporary Art.
W.E.Du Bois + Ten Artists = Du Bois in Our Time
Produced by Linda B Kaplan, edited by Flavia Fontes
Written by Linda B Kaplan and Flavia Fontes
Fine Arts Center - University of Massachusetts
ANA, WHERE ARE YOU? showing at the London Latin America Film Festival,
19 November at 7.30 pm at Bolivar Hall.
FORBIDDEN WEDDING/CASAMENTO PROIBIDO showing at Cine Sabor, Oliveira, Brazil, 17h, 15 October 27th.
FORBIDDEN WEDDING showing in Berlin, June 11th at 9pm at EIS 36, Adalbertstr. 96.
Ana, Where Are You? will be at the Short Film Corner, Cannes Film Festival 2012.
MAKING WAVES directed by Frances McElroy and edited by Flavia Fontes will premiere on WHYY (PBS Philadelphia/Wilmington)
on October 12, 2011 at 10pm
Video Interview with director Flavia Fontes | Link TV
In this insightful interview with Flavia Fontes, the director of "Forbidden Wedding," she talks about what led her to make this film, as well as her thoughts on how the Catholic Church needs to rethink antiquated laws regarding marriage.
Flavia Fontes finished editing the documentary Making Waves directed by Frances McElroy and the short film Sponge directed by Chance D. Muehleck.
White Horse was broadcast on HBO and was nominated for a Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival in 2008. It also went to the Viennale Film Festival in Vienna,
the Lisbon International Film Festival, and showed in Paris at Cinema Du Reel. Directed by Maryann De Leo and Christophe Bisson. Edited by Flavia Fontes and Jeremy Stulberg.
HBO website. http://www.hbo.com/docs/programs/whitehorse/index.html
The Front Row: Living With Chimpanzees : The New Yorker
Flavia Fontes was a consulting editor on Mrs. Goundo's Daughter broadcast on PBS and Edie and Thea: A very Long Engagement, a Sundance Channel co-production.