Travessias Brazilian Film Festival
In-person May 19–22; Online May 19–29
Travessias Brazilian Film Festival 2022 gives marginalized voices the mic in discussions of race, sexuality, and governance. This festival of contemporary Brazilian films runs May 19–22 in person, May 19–29 online, with short films about the ebbs and flows of life, identity, and belonging and fierce features from a metacinematic kidnapping drama to an enduring saga of Indigenous Brazilians’ fight for land rights.
Tickets are sliding scale and available now. Click here.
NWFF offers a limited number of free festival passes for BIPOC, LGBTQ+, disabled, and/or low-income patrons who would not be able to attend due to financial reasons. Read more and reserve your pass (by May 9, please!) here.
- Travessias Brazilian Film Festival 2022 [Hybrid]: bit.ly/travessias2022
- Watch Travessias 2022 Films Online: bit.ly/travessias2022online
- Festival Passes: bit.ly/travessias2022pass
- Opening Night with EntreMundos Quarteto | bit.ly/travessias22entremundos
UW sponsors: Center for Global Studies, Department of Spanish and Portuguese Studies, Simpson Center for Humanities, Center for Global Studies, Latin American and Caribbean Studies