Domingos de Oliveira

Domingos de Oliveira

Domingos José Soares de Oliveira (September 28, 1936 — March 23, 2019) was a Brazilian actor, playwright, stage director, TV host, poet and filmmaker. After getting a bachelor's degree in Engineering, he got involved in amateur theatre and soon started to get involved with cinema, specially with the Brazilian New Wave (Cinema Novo) movement. He served as assistant director to Joaquim Pedro de Andrade in short films "Manuel Bandeira, o Poeta do Castelo" and "Couro de Gato", and debuted as a film director with 1966's "Todas as Mulheres do Mundo". After that, Oliveira wrote over 20 stage plays, directed 18 films and hosted 3 TV shows, all in which he constantly worked with his partner Priscilla Rozenbaum. For his plays and occasionally self-starred very low-budget films often deal with themes of love and sex in a humorous and intelligent key, he became known as the "Brazilian Woody Allen". During his late years, Oliveira struggled with Parkinson's Disease, but kept working until his passing in March 2019.
    Known for
    Directing
    Place of birth
    Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
    Birthday
    9/28/1936
Feminices
7
Primeiro Dia de um Ano Qualquer
Primeiro Dia de um Ano Qualquer
7
Carreiras
1
Separações
Separações
6.6
Improvised and Purposeful: Cinema Novo
Improvised and Purposeful: Cinema Novo
7.7
Juventude
4
Amores
1
Todo Mundo Tem Problemas Sexuais
Todo Mundo Tem Problemas Sexuais
5.3
Childhood
6.5
Vida, Vida
Vida, Vida
0
Domingos
Domingos
2
Cine Paissandu: Histórias de uma Geração
Cine Paissandu: Histórias de uma Geração
5
Deliciosas Traições do Amor
Deliciosas Traições do Amor
0
Candango: Memoirs from a Festival
Candango: Memoirs from a Festival
5
Demónios da Liberdade
0
Cat Skin
Cat Skin
7.4
Redeemer
Redeemer
6.8
Paixão e Acaso
5
Já que Ninguém me Tira Para Dançar
Já que Ninguém me Tira Para Dançar
0
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