It looks like me
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Bruno Graziano presents:

It looks like me

General Audience 2016 26 min

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'Black girls don't play with black dolls', says the lyrics of Preta Rara's rap, one of the characters in Looks Like Me. The documentary explores the lack of black dolls in the brazilian market and shows the work of the artisans who try to change this scenario facing the gigantic toy industry with their handmade dolls.

Directed by

Kelly Cristina Spinelli

Produced by

Controle Remoto Filmes

Coproduction

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Sponsorship

Fundação Joaquim Nabuco

Official Support

Ministério da Educação, TV Brasil e EBC

Category

Documentary

4.5 rating
143 Screenings
5.21 K audience
44 K total aud.
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It looks like me (2016)

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 Kelly Cristina Spinelli

Produced by Controle Remoto Filmes

Coproduction --

Sponsorship Fundação Joaquim Nabuco

Official Support Ministério da Educação, TV Brasil e EBC

Category Documentary

Theme (title) Education Childhood Racial issues

ODSs ODS 12 - Responsible Consumption and Production, ODS 4 - Quality Education, ODS 10 - Reduced Inequalities, ODS 16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions, ODS 5 - Gender Equality

Audio and Subtitles

Audio Portuguese BR

Standard English

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Synopsis

'Black girls don't play with black dolls', says the lyrics of Preta Rara's rap, one of the characters in Looks Like Me. The documentary explores the lack of black dolls in the brazilian market and shows the work of the artisans who try to change this scenario facing the gigantic toy industry with their handmade dolls.