8pm, £7 (£5) + 60p booking fee, Cinema
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The film shows the life of the LGBT community in the slums of Rio de Janeiro. There are gay people in slums and gay people in more expensive neighbourhoods, but here the subject is dealt with according to other issues – trafficking, evangelical churches and the neighbourhood. The film also addresses the common issues of homosexuals and transsexuals: homophobia, prejudice, the family's attitude, work and everyday life. Despite the adversities, each character lives a daily life in their community and tells how they reinvented themselves through music, dance, politics and studying.
The screening will be followed by Q&A with producer Carlos Eduardo Valinoti and by a Brazilian Party at Boteco do Brasil, Trongate.
Dir. Rodrigo Felha, 72m, Brazil, 2014, Portuguese with English Subtitles
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Centre for Contemporary Arts
350 Sauchiehall Street
Glasgow G2 3JD