On a hot summer day, Paloma decides to fulfill her most cherished dream: a traditional wedding in a church with her boyfriend Zé. She is a devoted mother, a hard-working farmhand in a papaya plantation and has been saving to afford the celebration. The priest’s refusal to marry her and Zé will force Paloma to confront the rural society. She suffers violence, betrayal, prejudice and injustice but nothing shakes the faith and determination of this transgender woman.
The resumption of occupation of the city in the midst of the pandemic chaos is the guiding thread of the dance-documentary The City that Lives in Me, a celebration of the return of the on-site activities of the Castro Alves Theater Ballet. The documentary follows the artistic process of the dance company, revealing the backstage of one of the biggest theaters in Brazil.
The night side of a modernist icon. The fauna and flora of Roberto Burle Marx's gardens inhabited by visitors to Flamengo's Park while the city of Rio de Janeiro falls asleep.
"Fireflies" is a fabulated ethnography of the night at Flamengo's Park.