Bruno Toré, director, cinematographer, editor and teacher has been working in the field for the past 10 years. After completing his degree in filmmaking, Toré opened his own production house in Lisbon, Portugal, producing music videos, commercials, corporate work, experimental videos, and short stories for a variety of international clients.
In the past 8 years Toré has pursued many international documentary projects leading him to Cambodia, Haiti, Ethiopia and Uganda. He continues to work as an editor and cinematographer for music videos and feature length films, while pursuing personal documentary projects.
His recent works as a director include “Eddibu,” a documentary project in Uganda on maternal mortality; “Rejected,” a short film on clubbed feet in Uganda; “Coal Pushers,” a view on social economics and the environmental impacts. As editor and cinematographer, he has worked on the award-winning feature “Pre – The First Aftermath Comedy” and “Quase Todo Dia,” a short narrative featured in more than ten major international festivals.
He is currently editing “Sé, Srei, Haftai, Sister,” a feature documentary on tragedy of maternal mortality in the developing world.