It´s about the Tatiany life as an artist, who, due to her lack of her neurodiversity knowledge, deals many social barriers, which aggravats her health, but she finds through art and knowledge a chance to overcome it.
The documentary shows the involvement of the LGBTQI + community in the 2nd July 2019 Parade, Bahia Independence Day, at times focusing on the balizas’ performances, at times focusing on the audience that’s there to watch those performances. Over 16 years, they gather at the Rosário’s Church region, at Avenida Sete de Setembro, Salvador-BA-BRA, and get thrilled with the baliza’s performances. All of this makes this place be called “The Sassy Territory”. With the special guest Jean Wyllys, Human Rights Ativist, the film has two central characters, Diana Souza and Gabriel Vilasboas.
This is a late apology, a late love letter, a late goodbye.
Content Warning: Adult Content, Adult Language, Graphic Language.
Luz and Denise grow up in the midst of the adversities of being LGBT in the extreme south of the city of São Paulo. Between fashion and poetry, making your way to the city. The dreams and uncertainties of youth flood their existences.
Content Warning: Adult Language.
We cannot explain anxiety, but we can feel it. This film was created for the project ‘This is me eating ___’, by the NYC-based theater company Et Alia Theater, and proposes a dialogue about the relationship between ANXIETY and PANDEMIC.
Content Warning: Graphic Language.
2020, Winter. Pandemic. Isolation. Biographical facts penned on paper. Ancestry, memory, emptiness, prejudice, betrayal. Virus is an audiovisual poetic experience. Revolution. A healing cry for myself and many others alike. I must speak.
Content Warning: Brief Nudity.
The documentary follows the rehearsals of the 'Projeto Voz Própria' (Own Voice Project), focused on the therapeutic treatment of imprisoned women, for a gig at the Women's Penitentiary Chapel in São Paulo.
Content Warnings: Adult Content and Adult Language.
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