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Chico Mendes at his home in Xapuri, Acre, in 1988. Photo: Miranda Smith/Creative Commons.

Ecospeaker Film Festival 2021: find out what's on this year's schedule

In addition to the 18 productions, which will be screened free of charge, the Ecospeaker Show also promotes debates, a masterclass and a seminar
Scene from "The Last Forest". Photo: Pedro Márquez / Publicity.

"The Last Forest" closes the It's All True Festival and portrays the strength of...

Written by Luiz Bolognesi and indigenous leader Davi Kopenawa, the documentary goes beyond the pure ethnographic portrait trying to incorporate the poetics of the Yonomami; the work closes the prestigious É Tudo Verdade Festival
Leila Mustafa, in a photo by Jean-Matthieu Gautier, during the recording of "9 Days in Raqqa". Photo: Disclosure It's All True.

Three Featured Films at It's All True Festival 2021

Among the 69 films shown this year by the festival's virtual edition, arte!brasileiros highlights "9 Days in Raqqa", "A Thousand Cuts" and "Vicenta"; read about the works
Pretend It's a City, Fran Lebowitz and Martin Scorsese.

Pretend It's a Review

Metropolitan life according to Fran Lebowitz, or a small sample of it; The series is the author's new collaboration with director Martin Scorsese and is now available on Netflix
Scene from the movie "Auto da Resistencia" by Natasha Neri and Lula Carvalho. In the scene, Marielle Franco, a councilor murdered in Rio on March 14, 2018, next to the mothers of young people killed by the police. The film is one of those exhibited by Sesc within the É Tudo Verdade Festival.

It's All True Festival prepares a special program with Sesc-SP

The event takes place free of charge in the virtual environment and, together with Sesc, brings a special selection of six winning documentaries from previous editions of the festival.
Ana Luiza Flauzina, director of the film Beyond the Mirror. Photo- Alexandre Alves

To understand our racism

It is impossible to understand Brazil without understanding that one of the pillars that sustains Brazilian society until today is racism.