São Paulo Open Wound
Elizabeth Rocha Salgado
Documentary : 18' / Activism, Politics, Bodies, Community, Performance

In a political moment when the president of Brazil encourages intolerance and the murder of dissident, black and indigenous bodies; underground artists from São Paulo make of their art their resistance.


September 19 | 18h30 | Cinema São Jorge - Sala 3 Buy Tickets
Short Film Competition

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Year: 2021

Country: Brazil, Netherlands

Language: portuguese

Subtitles: english

With: Laura Diaz, Loïc Koutana, Malka Julieta, Novíssimo Edgar, Bica Tocalino, Carol Schutzer, Miss Tacacá

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Elizabeth Rocha Salgado


Elizabeth Rocha Salgado is a Brazilian filmmaker based in Itacaré, Bahia. She studied Social Communication at Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora, Documentary Cinema at the Netherlands Film Academy, in Amsterdam, and obtained the title of Master in Contemporary Cinema and Audiovisual Arts at the Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona. Her films have premiered at respected documentary festivals such as Fullframe, Hot Docs and IDFA.


2021 - São Paulo Ferida Aberta (Short Documentary)
2019 - O Ataque da Amazônia (Short Documentary)
2019 - A Banalidade do Mal (Short Documentary)
2018 - Construindo Putin (Short Documentary)
2016 - Rio da Morte (Short Documentary)
2015 - Castração Checa (Short Documentary)
2015 - À Beira de um Colapso (Short Documentary)
2014 - Novelas do Capeta (Short Documentary)
2014 - #naovaitercopa (Short Documentary)
2013 - O Parto (Short Documentary)

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