Awards - Kinship
Director of the year, Gala Dynastie 2020
Best Short Film, Canada Chine International Film Festival, 2019
Favorite, Regard International Film Festival, 2019
Quebec Gold, Prends ça court/Air Canada, 2019
Nominations - Kinship
Best Canadian Live Action Film, Canadian Screen Awards 2020
Palm Springs Film Festival 2019, nominated in the following: Best of the Festival Award, Best North American Short, Best Live-Action Short Over 15 Minutes and nominated with 11 shorts to compete for the Local Jury Award
Prix Crea 2018
Parkinson Québec - Unisson (Sid Lee)
Photographer, director and screenwriter, Jorge was born into a working-class family in Sao Paulo, Brazil. In 2003, he moved to Montreal, where he pursued a career as a professional photographer and then as a filmmaker. In 2017, he published a book, Mile-End Chronicles, a collection of over 10 years of photographic portraits documenting the lives and stories of immigrants living in Montreal.
Since his film debut six years ago, Jorge has made a dozen short films, both documentary and fiction, always remaining true to his commitment to giving a voice to the most aggrieved people in our society.
Jorge wrote and directed Kinship (2019), which has been selected in many renowned film festivals such as Palm Springs International, Maryland, Clermont-Ferrand (Sodec), Regard and received a nomination at the 2020 Canadian Screen Awards for Best Live Action Film. In addition, Jorge recently was an educational advisor and mentor in Being Black in Canada, presented by Netflix.
"I would like to continue to explore the lack of voice for the most vulnerable people in our society. I want to address this issue head-on, based on my own experience as an immigrant, and I hope to bring food for thought to the viewer."
Campagne racisme systémique
Fondation de l'Hôpital Sacré-Coeur
Devenez une solution pour l'anémie falciforme
Printemps Été 2015
Parkinson Québec & Danse Danse documentary
Jorge Camarotti - Photographer
Carousel of his photo projects