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Exibição Auto de resistência
Cura Brá Cura Té

Exibição Auto de resistência
Cura Brá Cura Té

auto de resistência
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12 de julho, 20h

2019

No contexto da instalação Cura Brá Cura Té, parte da exposição Sopro, que acontece na Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo até 15 de julho, a Casa do Povo acolhe o artista Ernesto Neto para duas sessões de filme com debates nos dias 28 de junho e 12 de julho.



Programação


12 de julho, 20h

Exibição do filme Auto de resistência, de Natasha Neri e Lula Carvalho. Na sequência acontece uma conversa entre os diretores e Ana Paula de Oliveira com mediação de João de Mari, da Énois. Ana Paula de Oliveira é fundadora do Movimento Mães de Manguinhos. Seu filho, Johnatha de Oliveira Lima, foi assassinado com um tiro nas costas aos 19 anos.


Auto de resistência é um documentário sobre homicídios praticados pela polícia contra civis, no Rio de Janeiro, em situações inicialmente classificadas como legítima defesa. O morto é acusado de ser traficante e ter trocado tiros com a polícia, mas a narrativa policial é posta em cheque pelo surgimento de vídeos e pela luta de mães que tentam provar a inocência de seus filhos. O filme retrata o embate de versões no julgamento de casos nas varas dos Tribunais do Júri, os bastidores das investigações policiais, e a Comissão Parlamentar de Inquérito estadual instaurada para apurar o alto índice de mortes decorrentes da ação da polícia. 


Ficha técnica


Direção: Natasha Neri e Lula Carvalho

Argumento e Roteiro: Natasha Neri e Juliana Farias

Produção Executiva: lia Gandelman e Joana Nin

Assistente de direção: Leo Nabuco e Juliana Farias

Direção de Fotografia: Lula Carvalho ASC, ABC – Pedro Von Krüger

Fotografia Adicional: Pablo Baião, Breno Cunha, David Pacheco e Jefferson Vasconcellos

Direção de Produção: Bruno Arthur

Montagem: Marilia Moraes, edt. 

Trilha Original: Alberto Continentino

Produção: Knofilme Produções Artísticas

Coprodução: ComDomínio / Canal Curta/ Riofilme 

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Nossa Voz is a publication by Casa do Povo. Literally “Our Voice,” the newspaper existed alongside the institution from 1947 to 1964, with texts in Yiddish and Portuguese and an editorial profile aligned with left wing ideals. It was shut down by the military dictatorship, which forced editor-in-chief Hersch Schechter and other contributors into exile. Relaunched in 2014, it continues to dialogue with its historical premises while rethinking its editorial directives.


The editorial committee relies on representatives from a wide variety of areas, meeting regularly to discuss issues concerning the city, memory and artistic practices according to the current political situation.

The publication is distributed free of charge and can be obtained at Casa do Povo during hours of operation, at partner institutions and some commercial establishments in the neighborhood of Bom Retiro in São Paulo.


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