The chronicler, filmmaker and journalist Arnaldo Jabor died in the early hours of this Tuesday (15) at the age of 81. He was hospitalized at Hospital Sírio-Libanês and had a stroke.
“What you’re looking for may be impossible to find, so look for something you can find and be happy instead of spending a lifetime looking for something unfailing that you’ll never find.”
Throughout his life, Jabor created works such as “Eu sei que vou te amar”, from 1986, which was nominated for the Palme d’Or for best film at the Cannes Film Festival. He was also a columnist for important newspapers such as TV Globo since 1991.
His dedication to the arts of cinema put in his life story seven feature films along with short films and documentaries. Most of his works portray the vision of Brazilians and social reality, in addition to touches that defy classic cinema. In 1973, she won the Silver Bear at the Berlin Film Festival for “All Nudity Will Be Punished”.
Arnaldo Jabor in journalism
In 1991, Arnaldo began to focus on his journalistic career. He was a columnist and commentator for TV Globo in newspapers such as “Jornal Nacional”, “Bom Dia Brasil”, “Jornal Hoje” and “Fantástico”, in addition to radio stations such as CBN.
Being underdeveloped is not “having no future”, it is never being in the present.
In the 2000s, he addressed themes of art, politics, sexuality and economics in the Jornal da Globo column. She published books with chronicles such as “Cannibals are in the dining room”.
In the pandemic, he recorded his columns directly from home, and after the vaccination, he was able to return to the newsroom in person. His last comment was on November 18th.
“In life and in love, we have no guarantees. So don’t look for them. Live what has to be lived. Without fears. Fear is one of the worst enemies of love and happiness.”
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