I Love Kuduro
Director(s): Mário Patrocínio
Writer(s): Mário Patrocínio, Pedro Patrocínio

Category: Documentaries
Genre: Art & Music
Language: Portuguese
Status: Completed
Duration: 90 min

Festivals: Rio de Janeiro Int’l Film Festival, 2013, Brazil; Cineport - Portuguese Speaking Countries’ Film Festival 2014, Brazil; Inquietudo Film Festival 2015, Austria; Festival Internacional de Cine de Guadalajara 2014, Mexico; CineSesc 2013, São Paulo, Brazil; Festival Internacional de Cinema da Fronteira 2013, Brazil; Cine Santander Cultura 2013, Brazil; Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival 2014, Toronto, Canada; Festival Film Africa 2014, UK; Fist Up Film Festival 2014, California, USA; Caminhos Film Festival 2014, Portugal; Festival Wassermusik, 2014, Germany; Lusophone Film Fest 2014, Kenya, Tanzania and Ethiopia; DocLisboa 2013, Portugal.

Awards: Best Photography in Documentary Film at Cineport – Portuguese Speaking Countries’ Film Festival, 2014 (Brazil); Audience Award at Inquietudo Film Festival 2015 (Austria). 
Kuduro (literally meaning 'hard arse') is an urban cultural movement that was born in Angola during the last decade of the Civil War. Created in discos and raves in downtown Luanda through a mixture between House and Techno beats and traditional Angolan rhythms, Kuduro spilled over from the center to the suburbs. It rapidly spread throughout Angola, through Africa and now all over the world. 'I LOVE KUDURO' follows the most idolized stars of this urban phenomena that today influences scores of young Africans.