The organizers of the exhibition reported that the closing ceremony will be held live on the YouTube video platform, this Saturday, at 8:00 p.m. local time. In addition, the film King Kong in Asunción (2020), by Camilo Cavalcante, winner of the last Gramado Festival, will also be screened today, and the concert ‘Para Bailar,’ by Camila Cabeça will be given.
‘We draw attention to the potential of cinema as a tool for struggle, awareness and knowledge’, the coordinators of the contest stated.
Once again, the main organizer of the festival, Sergio Carvalho, affirmed that the Pachamama festival was celebrated virtually for the first time and reached all of Brazil as a window to Brazilian and Latin American filmmaking.
The specialized press assured that the free showing sought, through the language and aesthetics of cinema, to break boundaries and connect people and cultures.
The renowned critic Bruno Carmelo appreciated how two works by female authorship were presented in the competitive section, denouncing situations of vulnerability of women in urban and rural spaces.