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Laura Blum

Laura is a festival correspondent covering films and the festival circuit for She also publishes on Thalo



Juliano Ribeiro Salgado Talks Oscar-nominated Doc "The Salt of the Earth"


You've seen Sebastiaõ Salgado's photographs. A gold miners' strife in his native Brazil, genocide in Rwanda, war in Yugoslavia, famine in Ethiopia and incinerated oilfields in Kuwait -- his imagery across four decades and a hundred countries is iconic. But you may not be so familiar with the photographer. The Salt of the Earth, directed by Wim Wenders together with Sebastiaõ's son, Juliano Ribeiro Salgado, gives you that chance. Take it. 

Observing the master observer, the film rises to the occasion with its own uncommonly sensitive, intimate portrait. It's been taking prizes right and left, the first of which was Un Certain Regard's Special Prize at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival. Now it's up for an Academy Award in the documentary feature category.

At the Festival do Rio, Juliano spoke with me about his relationship with his peripatetic dad and about the three-year production giving him his close-up:


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