I Touched All Your Stuff – Q&As Set in New York City (2015)
“‘I Touched All Your Stuff’ is the weirdest true-crime tale ever told … Surprisingly consistent and coherent”
– Andrew O’Hehir, Salon.com
“I Touched All Your Stuff captivates with its mysteries.”
– Serena Donadoni, Village Voice
“[Directors] Bühler and Mariani elegantly articulate that discovering qualities in people we would never expect can feel like a dream from which we wish to awake.”
– Wes Greene, Slant Magazine
New York, NY – August 28, 2015 – The documentary I Touched All Your Stuff, Cinema Slate’s first release under its Brazilian Film Series: Year One, opens today (Friday, August 28) in New York City and Los Angeles. In New York, opening weekend screenings at Cinema Village will feature Q&A sessions with the film’s co-directors Maíra Bühler and Matias Mariani, all moderated by Brazilian film critics working and living in New York City.
The opening night screening on Friday, August 28, at 7:05pm, will be moderated by film critic Fábio Andrade (right). Andrade is a Brazilian-born, New York-based film critic, screenwriter, editor and sound editor. Since December 2007, he has been writing for the online film publication Cinética, working as the magazine’s editor in chief since 2010. His essays on film have also been published in a number of books, magazines and catalogs of festivals around the world, like the 2011 Berlin International Film Festival catalog.
On Saturday, August 29 (after both screenings at 5:05pm and 7:05pm), Brazilian Press film critic Roger Costa (left), aka Junior Schutt, will be hosting the directors and jumpstarting a conversation about the film.
Mr. Schutt is the Reporter Associate of Brazilian Press Newspaper since 2009. He hails from Bahia and writes about film, arts and community issues, focused on projects that benefit the Brazilian community living in the US.
For additional information on the film, please visit the film’s page in our website.