A RTP anunciou na segunda-feira, 8 de março, Dia da Mulher, uma iniciativa inédita.
O canal vai juntar-se à produtora Ukbar Filmes para filmar 10 telefilmes, todos realizados por mulheres portuguesas.
Daniela Ruah, que regressa a Portugal em Maio, irá adaptar ao pequeno ecrã “Os Vivos, o Morto e o Peixe Frito”. O telefilme inspira-se na obra do escritor angolano Ondjaki, numa adaptação do escritor e argumentista José Pinto Carneiro. O telefilme será rodado no concelho de Torres Vedras entre Maio e Agosto.
A atriz, que vive atualmente nos Estados Unidos, estreou-se como realizadora no início de 2021, ao comandar um dos episódios da série que protagoniza há mais de uma década, “Investigação Criminal: Los Angeles”.
Vejam o que a atriz disse sobre o projecto, no vídeo abaixo:
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CONTADO POR MULHERES
TBA • ACÇÃO; ROMANCE; AVENTURA
TELEFILMES REALIZADOS POR MULHERES
Dez contos, novelas e romances da literatura portuguesa do século XX são adaptados por argumentistas e dez realizadoras num novo olhar sobre as histórias dos portugueses. Superação, ação, romance e aventura que retratam um país que se vai reencontrando consigo mesmo rumo à liberdade.
A iniciativa visa dar mais espaço a vozes femininas num setor onde a histórica discrepância ainda é notória. Em alguns casos a oportunidade será para realizadoras já com experiência em longas-metragens, noutros são estreias neste formato.
O projeto intitula-se “Contado Por Mulheres” e todos os filmes vão ter ainda em comum o facto de serem filmados no Centro do País e de partirem de histórias de autores de língua portuguesa, como Carlos Oliveira, Ondjaki, Teolinda Gersão, Mário de Carvalho, Mário Zambujal ou Maria Judite de Carvalho.
“Contado por Mulheres” é um projeto da Ukbar Filmes e da RTP, em coprodução com a polaca Krakow Film Klaster.
Em comunicado, a RTP explica que pretende fazer uma reconstrução histórica “com um grande valor de produção”. Vão ser disponibilizados meios técnicos avançados, como câmaras em 4K e técnicas de efeitos digitais. O plano passa não só por dar a conhecer os projetos cá mas fazê-los com qualidade para que possam chegar a outros mercados, aproveitando o crescimento de alternativas que chegou com as plataformas de streaming, como a Netflix.
Such an important and interesting chat!
If you want to watch it again, or if you missed it yesterday, you can now watch/rewatch the full LIVE on the video below.
In honor of Women’s History month coming up, we were so excited to kick off our very first ‘Coffee With Bāeo’ LIVE with actor, director and mama of two, Daniela Ruah.
HQ promotional photos are now added to the gallery.
WHILE NELL KEEPS CALLEN IN THE DARK ABOUT THE TEAM’S SEARCH FOR KATYA, CALLEN TRACKS DOWN THE PERSON TAILING HIM IN A REMOTE LOCATION TEEMING WITH RUSSIANS…AND FACE TO FACE WITH ANNA, ON “NCIS: LOS ANGELES,” SUNDAY, FEB. 28
“Can’t Take My Eyes Off You” – As Nell keeps Callen in the dark about the team’s search for Katya, Callen tracks down the person tailing him in a remote location teeming with Russians… and face to face with Anna (Bar Paly), on NCIS: LOS ANGELES, Sunday, Feb. 28 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
Source: CBS Press Express & SpoilerTV
Daniela and Eric talked to ET this week about Daniela´s directorial debut experience and the possibility of a new “NCIS” franchise: NCIS: Hawaii.
“I think it’s an exciting opportunity because, listen, Hawaii is Hawaii. And if there’s anything that we want to watch on TV, it’s people in paradise running around catching bad guys,” Olsen told ET, adding that the spinoff hasn’t been cast yet. “I think it’s a great opportunity for an expansion of the franchise.”
“Yeah,” Ruah agreed. “And we obviously know that the recipe for this franchise has worked quite nicely. I mean, we have 18 seasons [for NCIS], 12 seasons [for NCIS: LA], seven for New Orleans and now a new one’s coming. It’s an attractive franchise. So hopefully they’ll do great.”
On Tuesday, news surfaced that CBS was developing a new spinoff set in Hawaii. The following day, it was announced NCIS: NOLAwould be ending after its current seventh season, likely paving the way for the upcoming Hawaii shoIs NCIS about to add Hawaii to the mix?
NCIS: Los Angeles stars Daniela Ruah and Eric Christian Olsen opened up about the possibility of welcoming a new spinoff into the NCIS family, telling ET’s Matt Cohen earlier this week that they’re excited about the prospect.
Ruah and Olsen, who play a married couple on NCIS: LA and in real life are in-laws, were promoting Sunday’s episode, for which Ruah makes her directorial debut.
“This was more of a newborn passion that stemmed from opportunity. I’m in a position where I’ve been on a show for a long time and it is in fact really hard to get into directing on network television and after a few friends talking to me and explaining these things to me, it was like, ‘You know, you’re right. If I don’t grab this opportunity now, I may never have it again,'” Ruah said. “It just so happens that I fell in love with it. So I plan on continuing creating this parallel career with acting, which is my primary passion, but I but I really loved [directing].”
“In terms of challenges, I don’t know if the word is challenge, it was more that I got to see and learn things that I never noticed before,” she said. “I always appreciated everybody’s jobs but now I got to see it from a [different] perspective. You see where all their work gets created in the prep and I got to see that for the first time and it was really wonderful. I learned a lot. My colleagues were really supportive, really, really supportive, so it made everything easier.”
Olsen praised Ruah’s first turn in the director’s chair, crediting her for being aware of every moment on set.
“I came home after four days and [my wife] was like, ‘So how’s it going? How’s Dani?’ And I was like, ‘She’s great. She’s handling everything really well, she’s exceeding all expectations, she’s able to pivot because she’s prepped really well. She knows what shots she wants, she knows when she’s got it, she knows when she’s ready to move on. She gives good notes, she’s aware of what she’s doing from a camera perspective, so I think she’s gonna have all the pieces she needs from editing. She’s great.'”
“It’s a difficult transition from an acting perspective. You really can be singular about what you’re doing and as a director you have to be the ultimate in multitasking because you have to do 15 things at once and sometimes that’s difficult. I think Dani hustled so much in prep that she was so prepared that when things were going easy, she kept rolling and when things had to pivot in the moment, she was so well-prepared that she was able to do so and still get her days and get her shots. I think the episode is a testament to that because it’s one of the strongest of the year.”
NCIS: LA airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
Article by Jay Bobbin
Feb. 20th 2021
This Sunday, Daniela Ruah not only stars in “NCIS: Los Angeles,” she calls the shots on the CBS show. She talks with us about directing for the first time.
For a series star who wants to get into directing, starting with his or her own series is a good and logical move.
It’s an automatic bonus to know the cast, crew and characters in calling the shots for the first time… as Daniela Ruah did in making the Sunday, Feb. 21, episode of the CBS drama “NCIS: Los Angeles,” now in its 12th season. Though some actors are less evident in front of the camera while they’re also serving as director, Ruah’s Kensi Blye has a substantial role as fellow NCIS agent Callen (Chris O’Donnell) is accused of being a Russian spy during a mission.
“It was something that took me a while to realize I wanted to do,” the friendly Ruah says of her first job behind the cameras. “People will say that their passion has always been to do this or that, and that wasn’t the case with me and directing, but something clicked in the last couple of years where I just decided that I was ready to do it. Maybe it has to do with age and maturity, I don’t know, but I trust myself to do it now.”
Co-star Daniela Ruah directs a new “NCIS: Los Angeles” episode Sunday on CBS.
In preparing “to pilot this gigantic airplane,” as she refers to her directing gig, Ruah had the cushion of being extremely familiar with the vast majority of the “NCIS: Los Angeles” team she’d be guiding. “This is the place to do it,” she confirms, noting that executive producer R. Scott Gemmill “very much kept me in the loop as he was writing the episode. He gave me every advantage possible to do this right, including having the holidays to work on it. Usually, a director has much less time to prep an episode.”
Still, Ruah has the shorthand of having been an “NCIS: Los Angeles” cast member from the start. She allows that was a particular help to her in working during the coronavirus pandemic, yet she explains under any circumstances, debuting as a director “is like being a first-time parent. It’s all you know, so as much as I know that this is a very complicated time, you feel safer having rules and parameters than having a wide open space where you can get lost.”
“NCIS: Los Angeles” is a literal family affair for Ruah in one way, since she’s married to the brother of her on-screen husband, Eric Christian Olsen (alias the show’s Marty Deeks). She and Eric’s stunt double David Olsen have two young children, and she reports, “Our lifestyle as parents is very much 50/50. He was so excited about me directing, he said, ‘Whatever you need.’ And he’s in my episode, so it was really fun to direct him, too.”