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Anita Fernandez

Anita Fernandez


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Writer (feature film)

Po Di Sangui (1996) as Screenwriter
Set in the forest village of Amanha Lundju in Guinea Bissau, a magical tale of ritual and folklore surrounding one community's tradition which requires that each villager's birth is celebrated by the planting of a tree that grows and flourishes alongside its human counterpart.
Lucarne du siecle, La (1985) as Screenwriter

Editing (feature film)

Mme, Les Fils de lala (1994) as Editor
Set in Guinea-Bissau circa 1963, drama about villagers from the region of Xime who eventually set aside their Christian-inspired, non-violent traditions and rise up against their Portuguese rulers.
Aout (1992) as Editor
On a hot summer day, a woman is befriended by attendants of a local medical conference. Meanwhile, her suspicious and temperamental boyfriend is up to no good.
El Ladron De Ninos (1991) as Editor
A sterile Argentinian colonel, living in exile in Paris with his wife, resorts to stealing poor boys off the street in order to form a makeshift family. One day a magician arrives at their home and convinces them to take in his 16 year-old daughter.
Docteur Petiot (1990) as Editor
Based on a true story, a mass murderer kills and incinerates the Jewish refugees he's supposedly helping to escape during the German Occupation.
Les Matins chagrins (1990) as Editor
A radio journalist is drawn into a web of mystery and deceit by a friend he hasn't seen in years.
Lettres d'amours perdues (1983) as Editor
Utopia (1978) as Editor
Adom ou le sang d'abel (1977) as Editor
Un Nuage Entre Les Dents (1974) as Editor
Malisard and Prevot are a journalistic team. Their job is to ride around in a city full of burning buildings, thieves and bomb explosions looking for scoops and headline grabbers suitable for the very yellow journalistic slant their paper is known for. Things get out of hand and very hectic when they start covering the apparent disappearance of their own children.

Sound (feature film)

Madame Rosa (1978) as Sound Editor
Madame Rosa lives in a sixth-floor walkup in the Pigalle; she's a retired prostitute, Jewish and an Auschwitz survivor, a foster mom to children of other prostitutes. Momo is the oldest and her favorite, an Algerian lad whom she raises as a Muslim. He asks about his parents; she answers evasively. As she ages and takes fewer children, Momo must do more for her; as money is tight, he tries to earn pennies on the street with a puppet. He's a beautiful man-child, and Madame Rosa makes him promise never to sell himself or become a pimp. A film editor, Nadine, befriends him, and his father appears as well. Madame Rosa reaches her last days in fear of hospitals, and Momo must act.

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