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  • 2019

  • In the midst of the crisis that was deepening in the Brazilian cultural scene, the São Paulo International Short Film Festival celebrated its 30 years discussing freedom and cultural movements that historically renewed the industry and amplified the political debate as a whole.

    It also consolidated the representativeness of the most diverse protagonists in front and behind the cameras, showing films and special programs aimed at making human diversity explicit in its most varied expressions.

    And it went beyond the screens and the work-viewer relationship with immersive technologies that put the audience inside the films and the latest in virtual reality, augmented reality, 3D and games.