Caipirinha Productions Inc.

Caipirinha Productions, Inc. is an independent mixed media arts & culture company with activities in the fields of film, music, and human rights. In addition to Cultures of Resistance Films—a project highlighting creative responses to social and economic injustice—Caipirinha has also been involved in a variety of other film and mixed media initiatives.

Click here for a filmography of Cultures of Resistance Films since 2010.


Older Films:

  • Beneath the Borqa in Afghanistan (2002)
    • Architettura (1999)
      • Modulations: Cinema for the Ear (1998)
        • Synthetic Pleasures (1995)
          • An Autumn Wind (1994)

          • Mixed Media:

            • Waterloo Terminal - Architettura, Volume 2 (Soundtrack)
              • Brasília - Architettura, Volume 4 (Soundtrack)
                • Modulations: Cinema for the Ear (Original Soundtrack)
                  • Modulations: A History of Electronic Music: Throbbing Words on Sound (Book)
                    • Synthetic Pleasures, Volume One (Soundtrack)
                      • Synthetic Pleasures, Volume Two (Soundtrack)





                      • Older Films:

                        • Beneath the Borqa (2002) spotlights the despair on both sides of the Afghan-Pakistan border while capturing the hope and dignity that still define Afghan men, women, and children. 12 minutes.
                          • Architettura (1999) is a series of four short films that highlight the contradictions and complexities of urban life. For more information, click here.
                            • Modulations (1998) races the evolution of Electronica music as one of the most profound artistic developments of the 20th century. 1 hour 13 minutes.
                              • Synthetic Pleasures (1995) is an exhilarating and disturbing exploration into the ways that human beings are using technology, from body piercing to bionics, to transform our environments, bodies, and minds in search of pleasure that raises issues nobody can afford to ignore. 1 hour 23 minutes.
                                • An Autumn Wind (1994) highlights the simplicity and grandeur of Japanese gardens and features a clash of realities, told through the dueling haiku poetry of Makoto Ueda and Allen Ginsberg. It screened at the 1994 Sundance Film Festival. 6 minutes.

                                • Mixed Media:

                                  • Waterloo Terminal - Architettura, Volume 2 (Soundtrack) is the second installment in the Architettura series, a film and CD project that documents the synergistic relationship between architecture and electronic music. The CD contains eight tracks and is available for purchase at Amazon.
                                    • Brasilia - Architettura, Volume 4 (Soundtrack) is the fourth installment in the Architettura series, a film and CD project that documents the synergistic relationship between architecture and electronic music. The CD contains twenty tracks and is available for purchase at Amazon.
                                      • Modulations: Cinema for the Ear (Original Soundtrack) features twelve tracks. The CD is available for purchase at Amazon.
                                        • Modulations: A History of Electronic Music: Throbbing Words on Sound (Book) organizes several large essays written by experienced journalists and musical participants that provide historical and critical surveys of every genre of electronic music, including important labels, sub-genres, interesting stylistic developments, enigmatic personalities, and the most important records from each genre discussed. The book is available for purchase at Amazon.
                                          • Synthetic Pleasures, Volume One (Soundtrack) features music from the 1995 documentary, Synthetic Pleasures. The CD is available for purchase at Amazon.
                                            • Synthetic Pleasures, Volume Two (Soundtrack) features music from the 1995 documentary, Synthetic Pleasures. The CD is available for purchase at Amazon.