AFRO-BRAZILIAN SHORTS - NARRATIVES ON MEMORY Event
This compilation of short films brings together family memories of young Black directors in Brazil. They search for their roots and identity, trying to find meaning in what it means to be a Black person in Brazil. Cinema is used as a tool to tell delicate personal stories of belonging, attachment and resistance.
This package of films was curated by Ana Camila from Mostra de Cinemas Africanos (Brazil)
It is held as part of the Memory is a Weapon mini festival.
The screenings will be followed by a Facebook Live discussion with the directors hosted by Ana Camila (director of Mostra de Cinemas Africanos - Brazil).