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Women’s History Month, observed globally in March, is an invitation to celebrate and recognise women’s role in history, as well as an opportunity to take stock of the gender inequality still prevalent in our society and to propose solutions. Acknowledging the date, the HELENA SOLBERG CINECLUB screens an eclectic assortment of six bewitching short films directed by young Brazilian female filmmakers and collaborators.

GUAXUMA (Nara Normande, 2018), THE PASSAGE OF THE COMET (Juliana Rojas, 2017), TROPIC OF CAPRICORN (Juliana Antunes, 2020), LUNCH BREAK (Nina Kopko, 2021), GAVI: THE VOICE OF CLAY (collective direction, 2021) and FROGS (Ana Flavia Cavalcanti & Julia Zakia, 2019) form an engaging batch of productions that includes animation, documentaries and fiction films, offering an all-embracing overview of the contemporary short film landscape in Brazil.

With settings going from a sandy village in the Brazilian northeast to São Paulo’s outskirts and an Indigenous territory in the South, what unites them is the theme of… union! Friendship and community are at the core of these award-winning gems that beautifully depict the power of sisterhood, one of the key ingredients that has given women the strength to carry on over the centuries.

Helena Solberg Cineclub presents ALL TOGETHER NOW: SISTERHOOD IN SHORTS

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Event Type(s) Film Screenings
Admission / Cost FREE
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Embassy of Brazil in London More Info

Address: 14-16 Cockspur Street
St. James's
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Public Transport Charing Cross, Embankment, Piccadilly Circus
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Embassy of Brazil in London

About The Embassy of Brazil in London promotes a wide variety of cultural events, ranging from exhibitions, lectures, film screenings, concerts and a book club. Our aim is to showcase the richness and diversity of Brazilian culture to a British audience, bringing elements of popular and classical culture from all regions of Brazil. If you would like to be kept informed of our events, please write to Cultural Section (cultural.london@itamaraty.gov.br) requesting to be included in our general mailing list.
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