Juliana Sakae (Producer) is a Brazilian journalist and filmmaker whose work focuses on social issue documentaries, human rights, and children. Most recently she managed the competition that leads to the International Documentary Association Awards (IDA Awards). Her first film, Bleu et Rouge, tells the story of Haiti through the eyes of seven Haitian teenagers and was filmed the summer before the 2010 Haiti earthquake. Bleu et Rouge screened in several festivals in Brazil and it also was used to raise funds for Haitian earthquake victims. Sakae’s documentary, Antigirl, about a street artist won the Best Short Doc at the Los Angeles Film and Script Festival and was selected at the Female Eye Film Festival in Toronto. She also worked on the feature film The Human Trial and Netflix's docu-series Making a Murderer.
A short documentary about two artists, a couple who believes love has to be spread throughout Los Angeles. Even if it is not quite legal.
Produced at New York Film Academy.
Directed by Juliana Sakae
More information: antigirldocumentary.com