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Jom Tob Azulay was born in 1941 and is 81 years old now.
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Jom Tob Azulay - Biography
Jom Tob Azulay, (born Rio de Janeiro 1941) is a Brazilian ex-diplomat, producer, director, writer, director of photography and soundman. He is a Brazilian Jew of Moroccan descent. In 1975, he established himself as producer with his company A&B Productions Ltd., in Rio de Janeiro. Produced and directs shorts, documentaries and videos. In the field of feature films, produced "A Man and the Cinema" (1976), last work by Alberto Cavalcanti and "The Difficult Journey" (1982) by Geraldo Moraes. Director of Photography of "Muito Prazer" (Pleased to Meet You) by David Neves awarded with Best Direction of Photography at the 12th Festival de Brasília (1979). As director-producer makes "Sweet Barbarians" (Os Doces Bárbaros), musical-documentary, with Maria Bethania, Gilberto Gil, Gal Costa and Caetano Velloso (1978) and "Heart-Pounding Beat" (Corações a Mil), musical-comedy in documentary style with Gilberto Gil and actors Regina Casé and Joel Barcellos, first Brazilian film in Dolby Stereo. In 1993, Brazilian producer of "It's All True", the Orson Welles film shot in 1942 in Brazil. In 1995, producer-director of "The Jew" (O Judeu), historical feature about the Inquisition, Portuguese-Brazilian co production, Best Film at the 28th Festival de Brasília and HBO-Brazil Film Award. Delegate-Producer of "The Testament of Mr. Napumoceno" (O Testamento do Senhor Napumoceno) by Francisco Manso, Portuguese-Brazilian-Caboverdian co-production (1996); Executive-producer of Turbulence (Estorvo) by Ruy Guerra, Portuguese-Cuban-Brazilian co-production (1998). Executive-Producer and Co-director of the series "Knowing Brazil" (Conhecendo o Brasil) for Educational Television – TVE (1999). Producer-Director-Writer of “Debret – A Water Colour of Brazil”, puppet-animation, historical-documentary about 19th.Century French painter Jean Baptiste Debret (2001). Teacher of Film Photography at the Federal University of the State of Rio de Janeiro (1975), Teacher of Film Production and Direction at the University Estácio de Sá (Rio de Janeiro, 1999–2002), author of articles and conferences in Brazil and abroad about cinema, communication and cultural policies. He headed the International Department of the Brazilian National Agency of Cinema from 2002 to 2007. Presently develops personal projects for documentaries including an historical Brazil-Portugal co-production entitled Mátria.