New York, just another city

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New York, just another city

General Audience 2019 19 min

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A young leader and filmmaker, Patrícia Ferreira has been recognized for the documentaries she has been making with her people, the Guarani Mbya. She was called to debate her work at one of the world's largest ethnographic film festivals, the Margaret Mead Film Festival, held at the American Museum of Natural History in New York. In that place, Patricia comes across some exhibitions, debates and attitudes that make her think about the "juruá" people’s world, contrasting it with the Guarani’s modes of existence.

Directed by

Joana Brandão, André Lopes

Produced by

Patrícia Ferreira Pará Yxapy

Laboratório de Imagem e Som em Antropologia - USP

Coproduction

Center for Media, Culture and History - NYU

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New York, just another city (2019)

Age rating: General Audience

It is not possible to download the file of this film. The screening can only happen in places with an internet connection. Organize your screening by clicking here.

Directed by Joana Brandão André Lopes

Produced by Patrícia Ferreira Pará Yxapy Laboratório de Imagem e Som em Antropologia - USP

Coproduction Center for Media, Culture and History - NYU

Sponsorship --

Official Support --

Category Documentary

Theme (title) Human Rights Culture Racial issues

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Audio and Subtitles

Audio Portuguese BR

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Synopsis

A young leader and filmmaker, Patrícia Ferreira has been recognized for the documentaries she has been making with her people, the Guarani Mbya. She was called to debate her work at one of the world's largest ethnographic film festivals, the Margaret Mead Film Festival, held at the American Museum of Natural History in New York. In that place, Patricia comes across some exhibitions, debates and attitudes that make her think about the "juruá" people’s world, contrasting it with the Guarani’s modes of existence.