My Fatherís Truck / Xe tai cuabŰ
Mauricio Osaki, Brazil, Vietnam, 2013
Directed by: Mauricio Osaki
Script: Mauricio Osaki
Producer: Mauricio Osaki, Pierre de Kerchove
Production company: Lupi Films
Cinematography: Pierre de Kerchove
Editing: Mauricio Osaki
Music: Michelle Agnes
Cast: Trung Anh, Mai Vy
Format: HD
Running time: 15'

Age: grades 3 to 5
Dreamy Vy Mai doesn't want to go to school any more. The boys always tease her and she hates it. She'd much rather help out her dad, at least for today. He uses his truck to drive the people who live in this rural Vietnamese region to work. Reluctantly, her father agrees to take Vy Mai along, and she proudly collects the passengers' fares. But work is no picnic: life can be hard and people mean. When she discovers the clandestine business in which her father is involved, it is a big shock.

Awards and Festivals
Berlin International Film Festival 2013

Directors Biography
Mauricio Osaki was born in São Paulo, Brazil. He received his bachelor's degree in Audiovisual Arts at the University of São Paulo. His short films 'Life in an Anthill' and 'Springtime' played in more than ten international film festivals. He has extensive experience as a post-producer and assistant editor in Brazil. He is currently completing his MFA in Filmmaking at NYU Tisch School of the Arts Asia in Singapore. He is working on his first feature film to be shot in Brazil.

Location and screening schedule:
CINEMA EUROPA, Wednesday, October 23rd at 12.00
MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART, Wednesday, October 23rd at 17.00