In August, Cesc São José shows films with free admission on Sundays

During the month of August, Sesc will display films from the São José dos Campos IV Sesc Film Festival, on Sundays at 4 p.m. The first session shall be held this Sunday (seventh), screening the brief films ’25 Years Without Asphalt’ and ‘Inhabitables’.

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A lower of this system in exhibitions consists of each brief and have films, the primary attribute of which is to encourage unbiased nationwide productions, prioritizing the number of Brazilian administrators who deal with themes associated to the nation’s cultural plurality and dialogue with Brazilian realities.

Sessions happen within the auditorium and are free, with tickets out there on Sundays, beginning at 4:30pm for full credentials; and 5 pm onwards for different events, topic to availability.

Check out the complete schedule

Day 7

25 years with out asphalt

Dir. Fabi Andrade | Sao Paulo (SP) | Short movie | quarter-hour | Fantasy | 2021.

Rose tries to ensure Pedro a greater future than a life between the filth streets of the neighborhood and the asphalt of the town when an surprising occasion includes her with her son’s small every day adventures.


Directed by Anderson Bardot | Villa Velha (ES) | Short movie | 25 minutes | Fantasy | 2020

A recent dance firm is about to launch its latest present, Inabitáveis, which addresses black homosexuality. Parallel to the rehearsal, the choreographer befriends Pedro, a younger black boy who doesn’t determine as a boy.

Day 14

Camilla Bruno

Dir. Henrik Sonnier Michels | Manaus (AM) | Short movie | 24 minutes | Documentary | 2020

female and male. Two universes that may coexist in a single individual. Camila Bruno takes us inside this fusion of worlds by following the story of an Amazonian transformational actor who divides his life between the restaurant he manages and the phases the place he offers life to Camila, his alter ego. Her relationship with her household, desires and disappointments with magnificence pageants, and existential problems with LGBTQIA+ actuality permeate the complete movie in a poetic documentary that highlights one of many many inspiring tales of this universe.

Espinhera Santa

Directed by Kalin League | Ariquemes (RO) | Experimental Short Film | 10 minutes | 2021.

Espinhera Santa is a creative experiment in course of, born from a number of questions between two ladies of the identical origin. A narrative that perpetuates itself from one coronary heart to a different, an inherited silence that oppresses a captive nature. It is important to liberate the physique, purify the diseased blood and attain the trail of therapeutic and liberation.

Day 21

with open eyes

Dir. Charlotte Daffall | Porto Alegre (RS) | Documentary | 112 minutes | 2020

In Porto Alegre (RS), homeless individuals produce and promote their very own newspaper, Boca de Rua, which is exclusive on the earth. Besides a supply of earnings, it’s a voice to be heard, a software to denounce and manage earlier than society. Today, Boca celebrates eighteen years. The group grew, the town modified and the troubles continued. For these journalists, what to eat, discover a place to sleep and survive the city violence are every day issues that they face collectively and with open eyes.

Day 28


Dir. Joanna Olivera | Belo Horizonte (MG) | Documentary | 81 minutes | 2020

It is the primary time Joana from Brazil visits her good friend Kevin in Uganda. They turned pals twenty years in the past once they studied collectively in Germany and haven’t seen one another for a very long time. From this assembly, the movie weaves a ravishing plot of dialog between the 2 pals: previous tales, needs, paths taken, alternative ways of dealing with lived expertise and the bond of affection and sisterhood. Resists distance and time.

Christina Maure
Christina Maure
The 2020 documentary KEVIN shall be proven on the twenty eighth


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