Travessias Brazilian Film Festival – Don’t Call Me Son (Mãe Só Há Uma)

This event took place on May 25, 2019

$12 General Admission
$9 Student/Senior
$7 Member

Anna Muylaert
São Paulo, Brazil
1h 22m


Festival curator Emanuella Leite Rodrigues de Moraes will host a discussion and audience Q&A following the film.


** Co-presented with the Center for Brazilian Studies at UW, Somos Seattle, and BrasilFest **

Pierre is a free-flowing teen whose life is disrupted when his biological ties to his family come into question. As he settles into a new rhythm with relatives who call him Felipe, he is soon forced to defend and embrace his true identity.

Thank you to:

Somos Seattle

Somos is an organization for LGBTQ Latinx folks. Their goal is to build an active community, share resources and foster spaces for learning & growth.

Somos es una organización para personas LGBTQ Latinas. Nuestra meta es crear comunidad, compartir recursos y promover el aprendizaje y desarrollo personal.


The annual BrasilFest heats up Seattle Center with dancing, drumming, music, films, capoeira, traditional food, workshops, kids activities and exhibits.

Festival History:
BrasilFest was created in 1999 by Brazilian immigrants Eduardo and Ana Paula Mendonça with the mission to expose our community to Brazilian arts and traditions during the week of the Brazilian Folklore Day. This is a unique mission, as this day is not usually celebrated outside of Brazil. Read more on

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