Heritales @ Casa do Brasil – Lisbon (9th of May 2019)

Before Night Comes – Antigone Speech

TThis woman has been following us for twentyfive centuries, since Sophocles introduced her to the Athenian democracy in the Great Dionysians. This version, by Eduarda Dionísio, take us to the intimacy of the woman-heroine-sister. This woman, who dares to challenge a despot in defense of the supreme law of love, reveals us, perhaps, the contours of the Democratic State. How far can we go, in power? When will that power stop serving democracy and begin to destroy the human being?

  • Target Audience: General public, youth, adults, seniors
  • Day: 9th of May 2019
  • Time: 20.00
  • Duration: 19min + debate
  • Location: Casa do Brasil (Lisboa)
  • Presence of the director: Yes
  • Registration: No registration required but limited space available
  • Extra Activities: Presentation and debate with Nicola Schiavottiello, co-director of the Heritales – International Heritage Film Festival.

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Heritales @ Casa do Brasil – Lisbon (9th of May 2019)

Tupinabá Lambido

Tupinambá Lambido is the name of a wheatpaste poster campaign conducted by a group of artists living and working in Rio de Janeiro. The posters created by the group adopt the large format (3.20 by 1.90 m) used for advertising shows and events in the city, but they subvert this popular media through the use of humor and wit to resist and protest against the coup d’état that led to the deposition of the brazilian President Dilma Rousseff in 2016

  • Target Audience: General public, youth, adults, seniors
  • Day: 9th of May 2019
  • Time: 20.00
  • Duration: 10min + debate
  • Location: Casa do Brasil (Lisboa)
  • Presence of the director: Teleconference
  • Registration: No registration required but limited space available
  • Extra Activities: Presentation and debate with Nicola Schiavottiello, co-director of the Heritales – International Heritage Film Festival.

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Heritales @ Casa do Brasil – Lisboa (22nd of March 2019)

They won’t steal my voice

A poetic essay about feminism. Naire (68) and Adelaide (36), two Brazilians women from two different generations meet in Lisbon at the Women’s March, in 2018. They walk together for changes.

  • Target Audience: General public, youth, adults, seniors
  • Day: 8 of March 2019
  • Time: 19.00
  • Duration: 15 min + debate
  • Location: Casa do Brasil (Lisboa)
  • Presence of the director: Teleconference
  • Registration: No registration required but limited space available
  • Extra Activities: Presentation and debate with María Zozaya, co-director of the Heritales – International Heritage Film Festival, since 2016 and Doctor and researcher in History. Francesca De Luca, Anthropologist, researcher in bodymaking sexuality and reproduction.

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