The VI Sesc Cinema Exhibition at Audicine continues this Monday and runs until 11/28. This Monday the short film “Foca – keeping the flame burning” will be shown at 8pm, on the Esplanada das Secretarias. The age rating is 12 years old. Access to the event is free. The activity started on the 17th.
It is directed by Valdete Souza and lasts 11 minutes.
Fragmented within a shell of flesh, bone and skin, alone and inhabited by many versions of themselves. Sometimes they see themselves in each other: fragile, defenseless, complacent, broken into a thousand separate parts, which repeat the same traits.
The exhibition seeks to encourage the exhibition and promotion of national and independent cinema. This year, the Rondônia film ‘O Divino Guaporé’, by Ederson Lauri Leandro, was part of the national composition of the exhibition that took place in Rio de Janeiro.
In addition to this production from Rondônia, another 15 films are also being shown free of charge to the public, including works from Panorama Children and Youth from other states in Brazil, in addition to the promotion of workshops in the audiovisual area.
All films are evaluated by state commissions made up of Sesc professionals and also invited experts. The films are being shown at the Audicine at Sesc Esplanada.