The Durban Shoot

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From July 18th to August 01st the Sincronia Filmes crew embarked on a trip to Durban, South Africa, to capture the images of the company’s first feature film: The Social Technology. A project that began one year before and which went a long way until it finally saw the greelight this year, in 2017. A documentary about contemporary and modern subjects – how new technologies, like apps and websites, are helping out the youngsters to have better information towards Aids and other diseases – but also a docudrama about the transformation of three young women and the relation they eventually establish with one another. Check out some pictures from the shoot which took fifteen days to complete:

The film crew got together one week before the trip.
A sample of the equipment taken during the shoot.
Filming started at the São Paulo International Airport, in Guarulhos.
Director Patricia Innocenti helms the project while Nathalie Siqueira, one of the protagonists, looks on.
South African Saidy Brown participated during the shoot for one week.
Nathalie Siqueira and Saidy Brown in their first meeting at the airport in Johannesburg.
Director Patricia Innocenti and crew prepare for the day’s shoot.
The team stayed in one fine house of the city of Durban.
Mano Richard adjusts the sound.
Filming in one of the many piers of Durban.
The Sincronia gang on location in Durban.
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