parque do gato02w00.jpg
 "Parque do Gato" was a slum years ago - now is a housing development and a public art gallery, in the neighborhood of Bom Retiro. During the last World Cup, I was looking for places to take photos and illustrate the context of Sao Paulo: every time that I went near to the "Parque do Gato", my curiosity was higher - and the desire to make a short film there, also. This place is not really easy to find. Can be dangerous, can be harshly realistic, but now, with the buildings all painted, is definitely a paradoxical touristic point.

"Parque do Gato" was a slum years ago - now is a housing development and a public art gallery, in the neighborhood of Bom Retiro. During the last World Cup, I was looking for places to take photos and illustrate the context of Sao Paulo: every time that I went near to the "Parque do Gato", my curiosity was higher - and the desire to make a short film there, also. This place is not really easy to find. Can be dangerous, can be harshly realistic, but now, with the buildings all painted, is definitely a paradoxical touristic point.

Screen Shot 2015-07-29 at 1.55.27 AM.png
 CROP THE BLOCK gathers creative urban filmmakers - we call them CROPPERS - who come up with really cool local videos about cities. Started in Paris, Berlin, now also in São Paulo, Tel Aviv and Buenos Aires.   croptheblock.com

CROP THE BLOCK gathers creative urban filmmakers - we call them CROPPERS - who come up with really cool local videos about cities. Started in Paris, Berlin, now also in São Paulo, Tel Aviv and Buenos Aires.

croptheblock.com

 CROP THE BLOCK's community of CROPPERS also provide inspiring video content to lucky clients willing to ignite emotion and boost their online visual user experience. contact@croptheblock.com

CROP THE BLOCK's community of CROPPERS also provide inspiring video content to lucky clients willing to ignite emotion and boost their online visual user experience.
contact@croptheblock.com

 Favorite movie: « I was very inspired by "Un Chien Andalou" (Buñuel), "War Photographer" (Christian Frei) and Akira Kurosawa's "Dreams" » Best filmmaking experience: « When I did road documentaries. I had a chance to film indigenous culture and rituals in Brazil.» My trademark: « I would describe my work as a search for a mix between poetic images, independent journalism and visual anthropology. »  Get to know Pedro better here: http://www.croptheblock.com/production/#/who-we-are/422/pedro-bayeux/

Favorite movie:
« I was very inspired by "Un Chien Andalou" (Buñuel), "War Photographer" (Christian Frei) and Akira Kurosawa's "Dreams" »
Best filmmaking experience:
« When I did road documentaries. I had a chance to film indigenous culture and rituals in Brazil.»
My trademark:
« I would describe my work as a search for a mix between poetic images, independent journalism and visual anthropology. »

Get to know Pedro better here: http://www.croptheblock.com/production/#/who-we-are/422/pedro-bayeux/

Screen Shot 2016-03-07 at 3.10.00 PM.png