in an interview with people Also published today, stylist and costume designer Dami Cruz stresses that the idea for the artist’s latest initiative – the Giraluus Project – comes from the intention of celebrating the lives of transgender people and transvestites “so that it is not just that image of us.” As persecuted, beaten. We went through all this, but not only”, he testified. Echoing Lux’s idea of going beyond the sometimes stigmatized limits of pain and conflict, Vida&Arte enlists films that are starring or directed by LGBTQIA+ people, expanding the narrative’s perspective. These are the stories of those who do not put an end to difficulties; Those who engage in affectionate encounters, express themselves, kiss, love, forge alternatives, live.
Born in Flames (1983)
Ten years after a peaceful revolution in the United States that introduced a supposed idea of equality, feminist groups are organizing a rebellion to guarantee concrete achievements. As for “Future”, Lizzie Bourdain’s film celebrates the movement of groups perceived as minority groups.
Where to watch: mubik
Between rap, acclaim and vogue, Denise and Luz have to deal with issues like dreams, uncertainties, lack of money and life’s prospects. Directed by Vita Pereira, Ne Mendel, Rosa Caldera and Stephanie Fernanda, Short’s team has a predominantly LGBT, female, black and peripheral presence.
But info: @peripheral
Produced in the context of social isolation, the short film directed by Noah Bononoba and Barbara Kabeca bets on an environment that differs between science fiction and fantasy as it follows a woman (played by Noah) who is separated from Isolates, lives with a ghost until she finds an “alternate path”.
Where to watch: Dendicasa Culture Forum
Tea for Two (2018)
Sylvia (Gilda Nomes, right) is a lonely filmmaker who experiences personal challenges; that same night, she visits her ex-wife and contacts her neighbor, whom she helps after suffering from aggression. is. A romantic drama marked by simplicity, the short is directed and screenplayed by Julia Catherine (left).
Where to watch: mubik
Reflecting recent facts in the country’s socio-political history from the perspective of a hero, activist Indiare Sequeira, the documentary – directed by Aude Chevalier-Baumel and Marcelo Barbosa – focuses not only on its struggle movements, but on its affections and intimates also focused. .
Where to watch: telecineNow, Look, Google Play and iTunes
His Happiness (2019)
During demonstrations at the Women’s World March, Ivy and Tamiri participate in the act by fleeing police repression and end up in an abandoned building. On occasion, they allow mutual desire to flow. From more “realistic” images to perfect fabulations, Carol Rodrigues’s miniature brings out subjective and objective extrapolations.
more information: @his happiness
“For All Young Ladies”Building a Treatment Room – by Castiel Vitorino Brasileiro
“Secret and Forbidden”A “Secret Love No More Secret” by Chris Bolan – Available on Netflix
“Island of Summer”By Ulysses Arthur – Dream, Creation and Collective Action