Carlos Reichenbach

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Carlos Reichenbach
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Reichenbach in March 2009 at a press conference in Rio de Janeiro.
Born Carlos Oscar Reichenbach
(1945-06-14)14 June 1945
Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Died 14 June 2012(2012-06-14) (aged 67)
São Paulo, Brazil
Cause of death Heart Failure
Resting place Cemiterio de Redemptor, São Paulo, Brazil
Residence São Paulo, Brazil
Nationality Brazilian
Alma mater The School of Cinema São Luiz
Occupation Filmmaker
Years active 1965 – 2012
Home town Porto Alegre, Brazil

Carlos Oscar Reichenbach Filho (14 June 1945 – 14 June 2012) was a Brazilian filmmaker.

Early life and career

Reichenbach was born in Porto Alegre to Luise Reichenbach (née Tinger) and Carlos Reichenbach. Reichenbach was one year of age when he came to live in São Paulo. He studied in the School of Cinema São Luiz, where he was a student of Luis Sérgio Person. With João Callegaro and Antonio Lima he made his first feature-length films – the film episodes of As Libertinas (1968) and Audácia, a fúria dos desejos (1969).[1] His final film was Start a History in 2011.


Reichenbach died on his 67th birthday from heart failure while being taken to a São Paulo hospital. Reichenbach is buried at Cemiterio de Redemptor in São Paulo.

Selected filmography


  1. ^ Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil/Cinemateca Brasileira. "Classics and rare in our cinema" (booklet of disclosure). December 2007.

External links

  • Carlos Reichenbach on IMDb
  • Carlos Reichenbach website
  • Reduto do comodoro - Carlos Reichenbach's Blog
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