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Gustavo Galvao's new film is about resisting, fighting through art

Hindustan Times 21 Jan 2021
Brazilian filmmaker Gustavo Galvao says his latest movie "We Still Have the Deep Black Night" is a reflection of the current political climate of the country and aims to fight censorship and dictatorship through art ... The drama follows the story of a trumpet player who leaves Brasilia (Brazil's capital), tired of the struggle with her rock band.
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My film about resisting, fighting through art: We Still Have the Deep Black Night director

Indian Express 21 Jan 2021
Brazilian filmmaker Gustavo Galvao says his latest movie We Still Have the Deep Black Night is a reflection of the current political climate of the country and aims to fight censorship and dictatorship through art. The drama follows the story of a trumpet player who leaves Brasilia (Brazil’s capital), tired of the struggle with her rock band.
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My Film About Resisting, Fighting Through Art: 'We Still Have The Deep Black Night' Director

News18 20 Jan 2021
... political climate of the country and aims to fight censorship and dictatorship through art.
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Brazilian graffiti phenom Thales Pomb inspired by Goya, the color blue

La Prensa Latina 30 Dec 2020
Since the early 2000s in his native Brasilia, up until he set himself up in Sao Paulo, one of the world’s main urban art centers, his murals and other such works have been attracting more and more followers ... It’s linked to Brasilia, where the sky is very vast and you can see it from anywhere in the city.”.
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