Henri Cartier-Bresson traveled to Delhi to meet with one of the key players in India’s transition, the great leader Mahatma Gandhi. The resulting photos of Gandhi’s last day of life and the events surrounding his funeral helped catapult Cartier-Bresson to international fame.
A Brazilian theater group inspired the youth to resist the 1968 military censorship’s ban on freedom of speech.
Feature documentary film following acclaimed dancer Chase Johnsey go through gender issues in the ballet world.
On a small island at the mouth of the Amazon River, in a remote corner of the rainforest, a typical Brazilian family deals with an issue that resonates nowadays in every modern society: transgender people. On the way to visit her mother, Dominique reminisces about her life as a trans woman: from a strict religious childhood to living with a conservative gay uncle, from moving to São Paulo to entering a live of prostitution and being a victim of police brutality.