The celebration of the 20 years of Brazil in fact There’s a new episode this Wednesday (8), at 7:30 pm, at Ocupação 9 de Julho, in the central region of São Paulo. The documentary “Terceiro Ato” will be screened at Cine Ocupa, followed by a debate with the film’s director, José Eduardo Bernardes, and the executive director of BdFNina Fideles
Released on the last January 27th, the documentary shows the remarkable events of the first month of the new term of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT) in the Presidency of the Republic, from the inauguration to the coup acts of supporters of the predecessor and defeated candidate in the elections. , Jair Bolsonaro (PL) on January 8th.
“Just as the inauguration was historic, the 8th of January also entered history, obviously in a sad way, which is related to a Brazil that we will have from now on, a Brazil in dispute. We saw that the The reflection of this was an even greater power of the forces of the democratic institutions that reacted instantly and did not let the coup d’état and radical ideas take over the country”, highlighted Bernardes.
Check out the film in full:
The film features exclusive interviews with ministers of the current government, such as Flávio Dino (Justice and Public Security), Paulo Pimenta (Secretary of Social Communication), Paulo Teixeira (Agrarian Development) and Esther Dweck (Management and Innovation).
In addition, he gives voice to the characters who participated in the delivery of the presidential sash to Lula, such as the boy Francisco Carlos do Nascimento e Silva; influencer and anti-capacist activist Ivan Baron; and the collector and director of the Central de Cooperativas de Materials Recyclables do DF and Entorno (CENTCOOP-DF) Aline Sousa.
“Terceiro Ato” has a script by José Bernardes and Pedro Stropasolas; produced by Camila Aguiar; editing by Iolanda Depizzol; photography by Tiago Carneiro, Heder Novaes, Stropasolas and Bernardes. The sound design is by Adilson Oliveira; sound capture by Tiago Carneiro, Bernardes and Stropasolas. Executive production by Isa Chedid and image research by Camila Aguiar, Iolanda Depizzol and Pedro Stropasolas. The visual identity is by Michael Gonçalves and motion by Jorge Gabriel Mendes.
Screening of the documentary “Terceiro Ato” and discussion with the director of the film, José Bernardes, and the executive director of Brasil de Fato, Nina Fideles
Location: Cine Ocupa – Ocupação 9 de Julho – Rua Álvaro de Carvalho, 427, Bela Cintra, São Paulo
February 8, 2023 (Wednesday); 7:30 pm
Editing: Rodrigo Durão Coelho
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