Graciela Pereira de Souza

Belonging to the Guarani Kaiowá nation, Graciela Pereira de Souza is a cultural producer, communicator, filmmaker, film curator, and audiovisual trainer. One of the pioneer indigenous women in audiovisual original productions in the Brazilian scene, she has a resumé that includes directing and scripting 8 short films, a series of video letters “Nhemongueta Cunha Mbaraete” (IMS/RJ); co-directing the feature My Blood is Red (Needs Must Film); serving as a trainer at the Indigenous Women and New Social Media Course and as a Facilitator Filmmaker at the Cinema Workshop (RJ 2019), and as an invited debater at the International Roundtable of Women in Media and Cinema at the 70th Berlinale/Berlin International Film Festival in 2020. She is also the co-author of the television special “Falas da Terra” by Globo network.

ABOUT Horizonte Colorido [Colorful Horizon]

Horizonte Colorido is a lyrical film that uses art to build universes and also enhances and amplifies original female voices.

FILM

Horizonte Colorido (Colorful Horizon)

PROGRAM AFFILIATION

William Greaves Fund

COHORT YEAR

2021

SOCIAL MEDIA

@graciguarani


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