WHAT YOUNG PEOPLE CALL MUSIC

What Young People Call Music (Aquilo que os Jovens Chamam de Música)
Traversing the chaotic world of Brazil's clubbing scene in a lo-fi study of nightlife

São Paulo-based director Fernando Nogari, known for capturing the faster-paced moments for the likes of MTV, talks about the film he made about Brazil’s hedonistic youth culture:

“Trapped in a country submerged in political, social and economic chaos, youngsters from different backgrounds, races and genres occupy abandoned warehouses, train stations, parks and universities.

“The film is a portrait of what these nights feel like, seen from the perspective of a girl who’s trying to find her way”

“Together they claim back the right to express themselves as a genuine force of change and as individuals who think, move and exist. Aquilo Que os Jovens Chamam de Música is a portrait of what these nights feel like, seen from the perspective of a girl who’s trying to find her way among the sound waves travelling through the expanding universe.”