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Indigenous Women Filmmakers in Brazil

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Olinda Tupinambá and Michele Perito Kaiowá

Please join the Amazon Lab for two events that will highlight the cinema production by Indigenous women in Brazil! Wednesday, February 28, at noon, at the Amazon Lab We will host a conversation with Olinda Tupinambá and Michele Perito Kaiowá, two rising filmmakers and Indigenous rights advocates whose work is politically relevant and aesthetically compelling. This is a hybrid event (Zoom and in-person at the Amazon Lab) and will be conducted in Portuguese with English interpretation available via Zoom. CLICK HERE to register for the Zoom meeting: bit.ly/womenfilmmakerszoom CLICK HERE to register to attend in person (lunch will be provided): bit.ly/womenfilmmakersinperson Thursday, February 29, at 7:00 pm We will also host a free film screening as part of the Screen Society program at the Rubenstein Arts Center Film Theater. The screening will feature four short films directed by Indigenous women filmmakers from Brazil. CLICK HERE for the Complete Program: https://cinematicarts.duke.edu/screensociety/screenings/indigenous-women-filmmakers-brazil-shorts-program-amazon-lab

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Global, Human Rights, Humanities, Movie/Film, Politics, Social Sciences, South America focus