Uncommons

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Projeto Incomuns presents:

Uncommons

General Audience 2019 30 min

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A collaborative movie that pictures experiences from artistic and cultural collectives from São Paulo city by means of participants views and sensations. The narrative reveals countless care and support networks that resist based on respecting others and their differences, constructing the “common”, accessing the city, and embracing everything that can be called uncommon.

Directed by

Isabela Umbuzeiro Valent

Produced by

Projeto Incomuns

Coproduction

Rico Filmes

Sponsorship

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Official Support

Fundação de amparo à pesquisa do Estado de São Paulo (FAPESP); Centro de Convivência É de Lei

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Documentary

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Uncommons (2019)

Age rating: General Audience

It is possible to download the archive of this film for Videocamp sessions. Organize your screening by clicking here.

Directed by Isabela Umbuzeiro Valent

Produced by Projeto Incomuns

Coproduction Rico Filmes

Sponsorship --

Official Support Fundação de amparo à pesquisa do Estado de São Paulo (FAPESP); Centro de Convivência É de Lei

Category Documentary

Theme (title) Culture Social issues Public health

ODSs ODS 3 - Good Health and Well-Being

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Audio Portuguese BR

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Synopsis

A collaborative movie that pictures experiences from artistic and cultural collectives from São Paulo city by means of participants views and sensations. The narrative reveals countless care and support networks that resist based on respecting others and their differences, constructing the “common”, accessing the city, and embracing everything that can be called uncommon.