Human Rights Film project to discuss the periphery and racism at Sesc 24 de Maio
The project involves film screenings followed by discussions on subjects that are pertinent to topics and agendas surrounding human rights
On Wednesday, 29 May, the Cine Direitos Humanos project, hosted by Conectas in partnership with Sesc 24 de Maio, Vitrine Filmes and the Mobile Film Festival, will be screening Branco Sai, Preto Fica, by Adirley Queirós.
The 93 minute full-length film tells the story of two men wounded in a shootout at a black music dance event and another man who has come from the future to investigate the crime. The fictional storyline is used to discuss themes like police violence, racism and the periphery.
Screenings of Cine are free and the public do not need to book tickets in advance, however there is a maximum capacity.
The Cine Direitos Humanos is held every last Wednesday of the month and includes debates with actors, directors and experts following the film screening. Come along!
BRANCO SAI, PRETO FICA – Director Adirley Queirós, Brazil, 2015, 93 minutes.
Day 29/5. Wednesday, from 6.30pm to 9pm
Venue: Amphitheatre – Basement.
Free. No charge.
SESC 24 DE MAIO
Rua 24 de Maio, 109, Centro, São Paulo
Telephone: (11) 3350-6300
Opening times of the centre
Tuesday to Saturday, from 9am to 9pm.
Sundays and bank holidays, from 9am to 6pm.