A documentary about the history of the myths and the life story of the Kalunga people, the largest remaining quilombo (runaway slave community) territory in Brazil, a community that has been isolated for over 200 years in the northeastern hills of Goiás.
A fictional series about the romantic comings and goings of six country women in the mid-twentieth century. Independent stories, unified by the Brazilian Northeastern culture and the time in which they occur. Each with their own way of being, they take a loving initiative, face cultural obstacles and try to overcome them. Some succeed, some fail, but all struggle, whether consciously or unconsciously, for a new level of female independence.
“Bahia Sun” addresses with the Bahia War of Independence, which took place from 1821 to 1823. The large-scale conflict definitely expelled the Portuguese troops and consolidated Brazil’s independence, proclaimed in 1822 by Dom Pedro I. It also consolidated the creation and institution of the Brazilian Empire.
The 10 episodes of the series “Sex and Dictatorship” provide an overview of the various forms employed by the Brazilian dictatorship to curb behavior and sexuality, as well as the weapons it used to stem the devastating wave of eroticism fostered by the sexual revolution in the 1970s.
A documentary series in the “Biography” genre, addressing the work and life of the 30 leading Brazilian filmmakers, who have produced outstanding and award-winning films and etched their names in Brazilian filmmaking.