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Daniel Ribeiro is a Director, Scriptwriter and Producer Brésilien born on 20 may 1982

Daniel Ribeiro

Daniel Ribeiro
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Nationality Bresil
Birth 20 may 1982 (36 years)

Daniel Ribeiro (né le 20 mai 1982 à São Paulo) est un réalisateur brésilien. Il a obtenu un prix en 2007 pour son premier court-métrage Café com Leite. En 2014, il obtient le Teddy Award du meilleur film pour Hoje eu quero voltar sozinho.
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Filmography of Daniel Ribeiro (3 films)

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Director

The Way He Looks, 1h35
Directed by Daniel Ribeiro
Origin Bresil
Genres Drama, Romance
Themes L'adolescence, Films about children, Medical-themed films, Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, Films about disabilities, La cécité, Teen LGBT-related films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Rating79% 3.9517453.9517453.9517453.9517453.951745
The story centers on Leonardo (Ghilherme Lobo), a blind high school student struggling with independence. At the beginning of the film, he and his best friend, Giovana (Tess Amorim), are discussing how they have yet to kiss anyone. Leo is especially distressed because he wants his first kiss to be special, but doesn't believe anyone wants to kiss him. When the day ends, Giovana walks Leo home, his arm linked with hers, and she unlocks his door for him, something she regularly does for him despite her house being a block in the opposite direction. Leo arrives home and his mother expresses distress at Leo's sunburned skin and worry at the thought of leaving Leo home alone while she and his father are out. Leo insists he will be fine, and his mother agrees under certain terms. Leo and Giovana return to school after holiday and classmate Fabio (Pablo Carvalho) makes fun of Leo's loud typewriter. When their professor instructs Fabio to move to the empty seat behind Leo, Fabio outright declines, arguing he will constantly have to assist Leo if he sits there. A new student named Gabriel (Fabio Audi) arrives and takes the empty seat behind Leo.
I Don't Want to Go Back Alone, 17minutes
Directed by Daniel Ribeiro
Origin Bresil
Genres Drama, Romance
Themes Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Rating82% 4.142314.142314.142314.142314.14231
Leonardo is a 15-year-old blind student with his one friend in class, Giovana, sitting next to him. Seated behind Leonardo is the new student Gabriel. After class Giovana invites Gabriel to walk home with herself and Leonardo; she customarily links arms with him for support even though his house is further from the school than hers. Later Giovana teases Leonardo about never confiding in her about romance and suggests he receive math tutoring from Gabriel. Over time the three grow closer, walking home and playing games together. Leonardo becomes more self-conscious about appearance, asking questions about what he and Gabriel look like. Gabriel volunteers to take over escorting Leonardo so Giovana doesn't have to backtrack, though she possessively says that's not necessary.
You, Me and Him, 18minutes
Directed by Daniel Ribeiro
Origin Bresil
Genres Drama, Romance
Themes Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Rating66% 3.3461753.3461753.3461753.3461753.346175
Danilo (Daniel Tavares) is about to move out of his parents' house to go live with his boyfriend, Marcos (Diego Torraca), when his parents die unexpectedly in an accident. His plans for the future change and he becomes responsible for his 10‑year-old brother, Lucas (Eduardo Melo).

Scriptwriter

The Way He Looks, 1h35
Directed by Daniel Ribeiro
Origin Bresil
Genres Drama, Romance
Themes L'adolescence, Films about children, Medical-themed films, Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, Films about disabilities, La cécité, Teen LGBT-related films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Rating79% 3.9517453.9517453.9517453.9517453.951745
The story centers on Leonardo (Ghilherme Lobo), a blind high school student struggling with independence. At the beginning of the film, he and his best friend, Giovana (Tess Amorim), are discussing how they have yet to kiss anyone. Leo is especially distressed because he wants his first kiss to be special, but doesn't believe anyone wants to kiss him. When the day ends, Giovana walks Leo home, his arm linked with hers, and she unlocks his door for him, something she regularly does for him despite her house being a block in the opposite direction. Leo arrives home and his mother expresses distress at Leo's sunburned skin and worry at the thought of leaving Leo home alone while she and his father are out. Leo insists he will be fine, and his mother agrees under certain terms. Leo and Giovana return to school after holiday and classmate Fabio (Pablo Carvalho) makes fun of Leo's loud typewriter. When their professor instructs Fabio to move to the empty seat behind Leo, Fabio outright declines, arguing he will constantly have to assist Leo if he sits there. A new student named Gabriel (Fabio Audi) arrives and takes the empty seat behind Leo.
I Don't Want to Go Back Alone, 17minutes
Directed by Daniel Ribeiro
Origin Bresil
Genres Drama, Romance
Themes Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Roles Writer
Rating82% 4.142314.142314.142314.142314.14231
Leonardo is a 15-year-old blind student with his one friend in class, Giovana, sitting next to him. Seated behind Leonardo is the new student Gabriel. After class Giovana invites Gabriel to walk home with herself and Leonardo; she customarily links arms with him for support even though his house is further from the school than hers. Later Giovana teases Leonardo about never confiding in her about romance and suggests he receive math tutoring from Gabriel. Over time the three grow closer, walking home and playing games together. Leonardo becomes more self-conscious about appearance, asking questions about what he and Gabriel look like. Gabriel volunteers to take over escorting Leonardo so Giovana doesn't have to backtrack, though she possessively says that's not necessary.
You, Me and Him, 18minutes
Directed by Daniel Ribeiro
Origin Bresil
Genres Drama, Romance
Themes Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Roles Writer
Rating66% 3.3461753.3461753.3461753.3461753.346175
Danilo (Daniel Tavares) is about to move out of his parents' house to go live with his boyfriend, Marcos (Diego Torraca), when his parents die unexpectedly in an accident. His plans for the future change and he becomes responsible for his 10‑year-old brother, Lucas (Eduardo Melo).

Producer

The Way He Looks, 1h35
Directed by Daniel Ribeiro
Origin Bresil
Genres Drama, Romance
Themes L'adolescence, Films about children, Medical-themed films, Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, Films about disabilities, La cécité, Teen LGBT-related films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Roles Producer
Rating79% 3.9517453.9517453.9517453.9517453.951745
The story centers on Leonardo (Ghilherme Lobo), a blind high school student struggling with independence. At the beginning of the film, he and his best friend, Giovana (Tess Amorim), are discussing how they have yet to kiss anyone. Leo is especially distressed because he wants his first kiss to be special, but doesn't believe anyone wants to kiss him. When the day ends, Giovana walks Leo home, his arm linked with hers, and she unlocks his door for him, something she regularly does for him despite her house being a block in the opposite direction. Leo arrives home and his mother expresses distress at Leo's sunburned skin and worry at the thought of leaving Leo home alone while she and his father are out. Leo insists he will be fine, and his mother agrees under certain terms. Leo and Giovana return to school after holiday and classmate Fabio (Pablo Carvalho) makes fun of Leo's loud typewriter. When their professor instructs Fabio to move to the empty seat behind Leo, Fabio outright declines, arguing he will constantly have to assist Leo if he sits there. A new student named Gabriel (Fabio Audi) arrives and takes the empty seat behind Leo.
I Don't Want to Go Back Alone, 17minutes
Directed by Daniel Ribeiro
Origin Bresil
Genres Drama, Romance
Themes Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Roles Producer
Rating82% 4.142314.142314.142314.142314.14231
Leonardo is a 15-year-old blind student with his one friend in class, Giovana, sitting next to him. Seated behind Leonardo is the new student Gabriel. After class Giovana invites Gabriel to walk home with herself and Leonardo; she customarily links arms with him for support even though his house is further from the school than hers. Later Giovana teases Leonardo about never confiding in her about romance and suggests he receive math tutoring from Gabriel. Over time the three grow closer, walking home and playing games together. Leonardo becomes more self-conscious about appearance, asking questions about what he and Gabriel look like. Gabriel volunteers to take over escorting Leonardo so Giovana doesn't have to backtrack, though she possessively says that's not necessary.
You, Me and Him, 18minutes
Directed by Daniel Ribeiro
Origin Bresil
Genres Drama, Romance
Themes Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Roles Producer
Rating66% 3.3461753.3461753.3461753.3461753.346175
Danilo (Daniel Tavares) is about to move out of his parents' house to go live with his boyfriend, Marcos (Diego Torraca), when his parents die unexpectedly in an accident. His plans for the future change and he becomes responsible for his 10‑year-old brother, Lucas (Eduardo Melo).