Ep.1 - Politics: How to Use - Citizens in development
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Ep.1 - Politics: How to Use - Citizens in development

General Audience 2017 23min

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Despite a wide discontent with politics, some people are creating or taking opportunities to build new tools for political action. Either by exploring loops in the political system in order to transform from inside out, by using social media to expose and incite criticism, or by partnering with young fellows that are awakening to politics through the use of new experiences and organization forms. Political innovation depends on context. In 2013, Brazil testified the dawn of an authorial citizenship, that might not have been understood by traditional views, but which surely made changes that influenced politics in the country and, ultimately, prompted new movements and organizations. Research and Content: Instituto Update

Directed by

João Wainer

Produced by

Maria Farinha Filmes

Coproduction

Globo News

Sponsorship

Instituto Update e Instituto Alana

Official Support

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Category

Documentary

Theme (title)

Politics

5 rating
26 Screenings
342 audience
375 K total aud.
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Ep.1 - Politics: How to Use - Citizens in development (2017)

Age rating: General Audience

This movie is available for public screening at Videocamp. Organize your screening by clicking here.

Directed by João Wainer

Produced by Maria Farinha Filmes

Coproduction Globo News

Sponsorship Instituto Update e Instituto Alana

Official Support --

Category Documentary

Theme (title) Politics

ODSs --

Audio and Subtitles

Audio Several

Standard Portuguese BR, Spanish, English

Close Caption --

Audio Description --

Sign Language --

Synopsis

Despite a wide discontent with politics, some people are creating or taking opportunities to build new tools for political action. Either by exploring loops in the political system in order to transform from inside out, by using social media to expose and incite criticism, or by partnering with young fellows that are awakening to politics through the use of new experiences and organization forms. Political innovation depends on context. In 2013, Brazil testified the dawn of an authorial citizenship, that might not have been understood by traditional views, but which surely made changes that influenced politics in the country and, ultimately, prompted new movements and organizations. Research and Content: Instituto Update