Competition

Anti-disturb Manual
dir: Julia Murat
83' . 2017 . RJ
Rating 14 years

This is a judicious analysis of the diverse speeches published on occasion of the demonstrations that took place from June 2013, thru to July 2014. One can conclude that it is the differences found in that contained in mainstream and independent media that the lines [...]

Screening:
november 17 at 21h30

António One Two Three
dir: Leonardo Mouramateus
95' . 2017 . Brasil, Portugal
Rating 16 years

António runs away from home and spends the night at his ex-girlfriend’s apartment. There he meets an unexpected guest, a Brazilian girl. Johnny is struggling to stage his first play in Lisbon. The friendship with a young lightning technician leads him to face his [...]

Screening:
november 21 at 19h

Baronesa
dir: Juliana Antunes
73' . 2017 . MG
Rating 16 years

Andreia wants to move out. Leid is waiting for her husband, who is in prison. They are neighbors in a poor suburban slum of Belo Horizonte, trying to escape the daily dangers of a drug traffic war happening on the outside and avoid the tragedy that comes with the [...]

Screening:
november 17 at 19h

Coffee with Cinnamon
dir: Ary Rosa, Glenda Nicácio
100' . 2017 . BA
Rating free

Recôncavo Region of Bahia. Margarida lives in São Felix, isolated by the loss of her son. Violeta leads her life in Cachoeira, between the adversities of her day-to-day and traumas of the past. When Violeta re-encounters Margarida, she initiates a process of [...]

Screening:
november 19 at 21h15

Figthing For My Own Roof
dir: Fabiana Assis
14' . 2017 . GO
Rating 14 years

In Goiânia, in the neighborhood Real Conquista, a woman, marked by a strong past of violence, fights for better conditions of [...]

Screening:
november 17 at 21h30

Land of Lightning People
dir: Genito Gomes, Valmir Gonçalves Cabreira, Johnaton Gomes, Joilson Brites, Johnn Nara Gomes, Sarah Brites, Dulcídio Gomes, Edna Ximenes
52' . 2016 . MS, MG
Rating free

This is the earths heart. We are struggling to be on the earths heart because this is our territory. The struggle is about all the teritories in the earths heart, not only this piece. This is our home. We, the Ava people, are the descendents of the heart of the [...]

Screening:
november 18 at 19h

Music When The Lights Go Out
dir: Ismael Caneppele
71' . 2017 . RS
Rating 14 years

A filmmaker arrives at a small village in the south of Brazil with the intention of turning Emelyns life into a fictional narrative. The more the filmmaker provokes Emelyn with her cameras, the more Emelyn turns into Bernardo, a teenager torn between the prospect of [...]

Screening:
november 19 at 19h

Neither Sprinf Nor Estuary
dir: Valentina Homem
18' . 2017 . PE, RJ
Rating 14 years

The return to the past, and the reorganization of the memories- images stored in miniDV tapes, is an impossible gesture of transmutation. Is it possible to overcome the fear? To dress the image, like dressing the skin of the other that I have never been and never will [...]

Screening:
november 17 at 19h

Once There Was Brazilia
dir: ADIRLEY QUEIRÓS
100' . 2017 . DF
Rating 14 years

In 1959, the intergalactic agent WA4 was arrested for illegally occupying private land. He receives a mission: to go to planet Earth and kill the president of the Republic, Juscelino Kubitschek, on the day of Brasília’s inauguration. But his spaceship lands in [...]

Screening:
november 18 at 21h30

PAZUCUS – Island of Vomit and Despair
dir: Gurcius Gewdner
111' . 2017 . SC
Rating 18 years

Inside the intestine of Carlos, Fecal Monsters prepare for its end. This stomach confusion makes him an easy prey for the obsessive Dr. Robert. At the same time, Oréstia & Omar seek to harmonize their relationship in a camp and are, gradually, oppressed by the [...]

Screening:
november 20 at 21h30

Poetry in War
dir: Fernando Salinas
3' . 2017 . RJ
Rating free

A young man from the periphery recites poetry in the midst of a community shooting, where the police state kills blacks and the poor with war [...]

Screening:
november at

Resilience
dir: Marcellvs L.
24' . 2016 . Islândia, Brasil
Rating 14 years

The work experiments with abrupt variations of the viewers’ heartbeat and its ability to cope with change and to sustain shocks maintaining its integrity in confrontation to external [...]

Screening:
november 19 at 19h

Stories Our Cinema Did (Not) Tell
dir: Fernanda Pessoa
80' . 2017 . SP
Rating 16 years

Brazil, the 1970’s: the country is living under a military dictatorship which lasted from 1964 to 1985. At that period, the most produced and seen cinema in Brazil was the “pornochanchadas”, a very diverse genre that had in common an erotic atmosphere and the [...]

Screening:
november 20 at 19h

The Fish
dir: Jonathas de Andrade
23' . 2016 . PE
Rating free

Fishermen from a village on the northeast coast of Brazil enact a ritual of embracing the fish that they have caught. The affectionate gesture that accompanies the passage of death is a testament to a relationship between species that is imbued with strength, violence [...]

Screening:
november 20 at 19h

Travessia
dir: Safira Moreira
5' . 2017 . RJ
Rating free

With a poetic language, Travessia searches for the photographic memory of black families. The film adopts a critical stand in the face of the stigmatization and the near absence regarding the portray of black [...]

Screening:
november 19 at 21h15

Vai e vem
dir: Louise Botkay
31' . 2017 . RJ, AC
Rating free

Vai e vem was produced with the Hunikui people from the Jordão River, São Joaquim village and Novo Segredo, at the south of Acre, in the frontier between Brazil and Peru. The film is a journey through this ancient culture, which, by renouncing the easy exoticism of [...]

Screening:
november 18 at 19h