The MixBrasil Play (mixbrasil.org.br/play), streaming platform of the MixBrasil Festival of Culture of Diversity, receives its first update of 2021 with nine new titles. With totally free access for the public, the platform has already accumulated more than one hundred films, including short, medium and long films.
In alphabetical order, check the synopsis of the new titles:
“Adoración, Adoración, Adoración” (2019), by Tarcisio Boquady– After the 2018 elections in Brazil, the threat to the lives of LGBTQI+ people has intensified. This film is a manifesto about love, creative strength, respect and freedom to be and exist. Exhibited at the Corpos Ardentes exhibition at the 27th MixBrasil Festival.
“Casulo” (2018), by Rafael Aguiar – Mário and his father live isolated in a small farm in the interior of Minas Gerais. Present at the Competitive Exhibition of the 27th MixBrasil Festival.
“Dublê” (2020), by Fernanda Reis – A newly separated couple decides to hire stunts through an app to resolve the terms of their divorce. Exhibited at the Garotas no Front exhibition at the 27th MixBrasil Festival.
“Etruska Waters em: O Tombamento da Republiqueta” (2018), by Thiago Bezerra Benites – Abandoned by her mother and kidnapped shortly thereafter, drag queen protagonist Etruska Waters returns after years to take revenge. Permeated with irony and sarcasm, the epic and marginal story is narrated in the radio style, in the form of a fake trailer. Exhibited at the Dystopia Brazil exhibition at the 27th MixBrasil Festival.
“Marie” (2019), by Leo Tabosa – Marie and Estevão still dream with the sea. Coelho de Prata for Best Interpretation for Wallie Ruy and Honorable Mention for Divina Valeria.
“Marielle e Monica” (2018), by Fábio Erdos – A personal story of loss, focusing on the challenges ahead of LGBTQI+ rights and progressive politics in Brazil. Exhibited at the “Ouça Minha Voz” exhibition at the 27th MixBrasil Festival.
“O Procedimento” (2019), by Ed Andrade, Larissa Bertolini – Norman, a straight normative, creates courage to visit a post-aesthetic clinic led by the collective Azagatcha. The procedure he is going to undergo can change your life. Exhibited at the “Dystopia Brazil” exhibition at the 27th MixBrasil Festival.
“Os Últimos Românticos” (2020), by João Cândido Zacharias –Two boys share different points of view about the same sexual encounter in a public place. Exhibited at the Young Love exhibition at the 27th MixBrasil Festival.
“Pele Digital” (2018), by Marcelo D’Avilla, Marcelo Denny – Visual landscapes originated from a creative process involving performers interested in video art and body art that explores their truths, traumas, desires and particularities from their experiences to respond the provocation: what goes through your skin? Exhibited at the “Corpos Ardentes” exhibition at the 27th MixBrasil Festival.
To access the platform:mixbrasil.org.br/play