Maybe we can consider Sérgio Tréfaut’s movies provocative, in a language that it’s not indifferent in political terms.
With his usual radicalism, Jim Carrey surprised us by saying: “give up hope”, as a way of enduring the time we live in.
From the myriad of cinematic movements of the 20th century, the L.A. Rebellion - also known as Los Angeles School of Black Filmmakers - is certainly one of the most revolutionary currents.
Culture as freedom and resistance inside prisons
The questioning, drama, and emotional intensity of guilt have been present in culture since at least antiquity, but each subsequent era endowed it with its own meanings.
LEFFEST presents several special screenings aligned with the rest of the program, which will spark debates about our future.