Chega de Fiu Fiu, the name of one of Brazil's most recent and impactful social justice campaigns, is also the namesake for the documentary that explores gender-based violence in a still-unexplored context: public space. Directed by Fernanda Frazão, Chega de Fiu Fiu (which translates into "enough of the cat calls") draws a picture of this type of aggression through the stories of three women from different regions of the country: Rosa Luz, from Brasília; Raquel Carvalho, from Salvador; and, Teresa Chaves, from São Paulo. It is a sensitive, thrilling and profound film, made by and for women, but able to make even the most resistant minds understand the extent to which women's freedoms are at stake.
Q&A Guests: Amanda Kamanchek Lemos, Raquel Carvalho
Director: Fernanda Frazão
Language: Portguese with English subtitles
Vouchers must be redeemed for a hard ticket, based on availability. Doors will open 30 minutes prior to the event. Festival Pass holders receive priority seating in advance of individual ticket holders. No late seating once feature film has begun.
Categories: All Shows , Outside Presenter
Parental Advisory: This film contains mature content - sexual harassment