Shots in a ball of black music in the outskirts of Brasilia injure two men. A third comes from the future to investigate what happened and prove that it is the fault of the repressive society.
- Special Mention (International Competition) - FICUNAM
- Special Jury Prize (Official Competititon), FIPRESCI Award - FICCI
- Adirley Queir
- Guille Martins
- Marquim do Tropa
- CINCO DA NORTE
White Out, Black In is an understated wonder, its voice - the director's and the characters' - deserving to be heard.
Adirley Queiros was a professional footballer from the age of 16 to 25. He then studied film at the Universidade de Brasília, from which he graduated in 2005. He became involved in the cultural life of Brazil and directed his first film RAP O CANTO DA CELIANDIA (2005), which won thirteen Brazilian awards. With his documentary A CIDADE É UMA SO? (2010), Queirós participated in international film festivals such as World Cinema Amsterdam, Brazilian Hollywood Festival and BAFICI in Argentina. WHITE OUT, BLACK IN (2014) is his fifth film and fourth documentary.