Travessias 2022 – Sun Inside (Um filme de verão) [Hybrid]
Watch in person: May 21 at 7pm & May 22 at 4:30pm
$13 General Admission
Sliding scale, $5–25
(Jo Serfaty, Brazil, 2019, 94 min, in Portuguese with English subtitles)
Sun Inside tells the interlinked stories of four Brazilian teens living in the slums of Rio de Janeiro as they graduate into an uncertain future. The good-natured Junior films everything around him on his shaky hand-held camera. His sarcastic best friend Karol fantasizes about living in Japan while fruitlessly job-hunting. Their friends Caio and Ronaldo struggle to define their Yoruba-Christian faith and sexuality, respectively. In a landscape of dilapidated housing and skies crowded with power lines, they learn to make their own fun. Yet the turmoil of power outages, water shortages, and teacher strikes is always threatening to encroach.
Sun Inside captures the energy of languid afternoons at the beach and intoxicating nights at underground concerts. In tracing the currents of exhilaration and boredom, self-discovery and self-doubt, the film poignantly explores what it means to be on the cusp of adulthood.
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This festival of contemporary Brazilian film gives marginalized voices the mic in discussions of race, sexuality, and governance. The 2022 fest runs May 19–22 in person, May 19–29 online. Travessias 2022 is curated by Calac Nogueira and Livia Lima, with support from Brazilian cinema scholar Emanuella Leite Rodrigues de Moraes, and Jonathan Warren, Professor and Director of the Center for Brazilian Studies.
Short film programs:
- Shorts A (in-person May 20 at 7:30pm & May 22 at 5pm | online May 19–29)
- Shorts B (in-person May 21 & 22 at 7:30pm | online May 19–29)
- Island (Ilha) (in-person May 20 at 7pm & May 21 at 5pm | online May 19–29)
- This Land is Our Land! (Nũhũ yãg mũ yõg hãm: essa terra é nossa!) (in-person May 21 at 4:30pm | online May 19–29)
- Sun Inside (Um filme de verão) (in-person May 21 at 7pm & May 22 at 4:30pm | online May 19–29)
- My Own Private Hell (Inferninho) (in-person May 22 at 7pm | online May 19–29)