Mariana Vitarelli Alessi is a photographer, videographer and journalist, worked in several media, including publications and television stations in Brazil and abroad. She has been making documentaries since 2001. In 2007, she won the TeleSUR Award for International Distribution, at the Gibara International Festival (formerly Cine Pobre), in Cuba, with the feature film “2001: Uma Odisseia à Brasileira”, which makes a striking portrait of Brazil at the beginning of the 21st century. It was a content provider for the multi-state channel based in Venezuela and made micro-documentaries for several TeleSur programs. She was also the channel's correspondent in Brazil. Since 2004 she has dedicated herself to producing the documentary "Citizen Lula", a historical record of more than a decade.
Genré: Biographical, social issues
Run Time: 2 hours 21 minutes
Country of Origin: Brazil
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