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Reflecting the storytelling and style of his previous film Araby, Affonso Uchôa’s Seven Years in May is a poetic and political fable structured around the often unheard words of Brazil’s working class. Screening with Ava Yvy Vera: The Land of the Lightning People.
Necropolis Symphony, a sly and sinister comedy-horror-musical about an apprentice gravedigger, marked director Juliana Rojas as a filmmaker to watch. Screening with Swinguerra, which traces a cultural map of Brazil through dance rehearsal in a school gym.
The winner of the Un Certain Regard award at this year’s Cannes Film Festival and Brazil’s submission for this year’s Oscars, Invisible Life is a tropical melodrama by Karim Aïnouz (Madame Satã) about inseparable sisters raised, like all women of their generation, to be essentially invisible in the eyes of Brazilian society. An Amazon Studios release.