Silvia Grossmann has been telling stories all her life, in illustration, photography and now film.
She likes to chronicle the absurdity of life and aspires to live up to Oscar Wilde’s maxim–
“If you must tell the truth, do it with humor, otherwise people will kill you”.
A native of Brazil, prior to filmmaking Silvia had a career as an Art Director
and fine artist. She’s been featured in photography galleries and museums
around the world, including the Museum of Modern Art, and her latest film
premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in 2013.
Goodnight, Matisse, 2011
F•ck Hamlet, 2010
Le Malentendu, 2010
Losing Type Face, 2009
High Cookie, 2008
The Shadow Box, 2001
Meat & Flesh, 2001
The Beatles & The Stones, 2001