João Amorim

An Emmy-nominated filmmaker, Joao is also an industrial
designer and animator. He was the Head of Animation on
CHICAGO 10, Brett Morgen’s film that opened Sundance 2007.
His feature film debut is 2012: Time For Change.

João Amorim

Joao Amorim is an Emmy-nominated Brazilian Director focusing on fusing animation and documentaries together. Joao is one of the founding partners of Postmodern Times, a media company focused on social and environmental films. Joao has directed and produced the web series “postmoderntimes.com”, on the evolution of consciousness and ecology.

He was the Head of Animation, on CHICAGO 10, Brett Morgen’s film that opened Sundance 2007, and for which Joao has been nominated for an Emmy in 2009. He has also directed commercials for BMW, Panasonic, Oceana, among others.

His first feature documentary, 2012: TIME FOR CHANGE, features among others David Lynch, Sting, Ellen Page, Gilberto Gil, and Paul Stamets.

Furthermore Joao speaks 5 languages, meditates every day, paints, practices yoga and has a permaculture sustainability project in Brazil through his NGO “Ciclo Sustainable”.

In 2008 his project “Sustainable unit” was a finalist at the Buckminster Fuller Challenge.

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