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FEATURES / IT'S NOT THE FIRST TIME WE FIGHT FOR OUR LOVE

IT'S NOT THE FIRST TIME WE FIGHT FOR OUR LOVE

Documentary. 105min. Directed by Luis Carlos de Alencar. 2022. Brazil

This documentary recounts the unprecedented stories of persecution and violence with which the Brazilian civil-military dictatorship acted against the LGBT population and how this same group constituted its resistance, transforming itself into fundamental subjects of the re-democratization process. The coup of 64 did not introduce this prejudice, but, during that period, the LGBT population was considered an enemy of the traditional family, morality and good behavior.

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Luis Carlos de Alencar

Luis Carlos de Alencar, a Brazilian documentary filmmaker who has been active since 2004, his work focuses on political processes and social movements, recording popular struggles and dissident thoughts. His works have participated in Brazilian and international festivals and exhibitions, receiving more than 20 awards, including Genocide and Movements (2021) - Best Feature Film from Bahia – Popular Jury – XVII Panorama Internacional Coisa de Cinema – Brazil; Invisible Men (2019), Best International Documentary Award - Trans Stellar Film Festival – USA, Best Direction Award - DIGO - International Film Festival of Sexual and Gender Diversity – Brazil; and Bombadeira (2007), Tribute of the National Network of Trans People in Brazil – REDETRANS: 10 Years of Bombadeira: for the contribution of the work to the transsexual community.

FILMOGRAPHY

2021 Genocide and Movements (documentary)

2019 Invisible Men (documentary)

2016 Countdown (documentary)

2007 Bombadeira (documentary)