In Movement
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GIFE - Pelo impacto do investimento social presents:

In Movement

General Audience 2015 28min

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GIFE and other associations such as Abong and Ethos Institute were born in the 90's, in order to guide the social private investment sector, companies and civil society organizations. This was fundamental to strengthen and legitimize the social sector. 'Em Movimento' is an invitation to look back and rescue this history, envisioning the nation we want to build. It compels each of us, and the organizations in which we work to think about what sort of changes we want to see in the country and how to make them happen.

Directed by

Tatiana Villela

Produced by

Maria Farinha Filmes

Coproduction

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Sponsorship

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Official Support

Instituto Unibanco, Instituto Arapyaú, Rede Globo de Televisão e Canal Futura

Category

Documentary

Theme (title)

Human Rights Politics

3.5 rating
2 Screenings
51 audience
3.05 K total aud.
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In Movement (2015)

Age rating: General Audience

This movie is not available for download. The exhibition of the work can take place if there is internet connection. Organize your screening by clicking here.

Directed by Tatiana Villela

Produced by Maria Farinha Filmes

Coproduction --

Sponsorship --

Official Support Instituto Unibanco, Instituto Arapyaú, Rede Globo de Televisão e Canal Futura

Category Documentary

Theme (title) Human Rights Politics

ODSs ODS 16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

Audio and Subtitles

Audio Portuguese, Portuguese BR

Standard English

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Audio Description --

Sign Language --

Synopsis

GIFE and other associations such as Abong and Ethos Institute were

born in the 90's, in order to guide the social private investment sector,

companies and civil society organizations. This was fundamental to strengthen

and legitimize the social sector.

'Em Movimento' is an invitation to look back and rescue this history, envisioning

the nation we want to build. It compels each of us, and the organizations in

which we work to think about what sort of changes we want to see in the country

and how to make them happen.