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Imovision promotes a special live with Bárbara Paz to launch the Documentary MULHER on digital platforms

Imovision distributor in partnership with website Mulher no Cinema, going to make a special live day 16/07 Mrs 19:30 on your instagram, @imovision, with journalist Luísa Pécora, writer and creator of Mulher no Cinema, e a atriz e cineasta Bárbara Paz sobre a estreia do documentário MULHER, que chega às plataformas digitais dia 15 July. The film will be available for rent or purchase on the platforms: Itunes, Net Now, Google Play, Vivo Play e Youtube.

Woman debuted in Brazil on the day 12/03 and was only a week on the horizon due to the coronavirus pandemic. O documentário dirigido pelos cineastas Yann Arthus-Bertrand e Anastasia Mikova. O diretor dirigiu também o documentário de sucesso "Human - A Journey Through Life" e é fotógrafo do best seller "The Earth Seen from Heaven".

​Para o documentário Mulher foram 2.000 entrevistas com mulheres de 50 countries around the world. Mulher fez parte da Seleção oficial do Festival de Veneza e saiu vencedor do Prêmio Sfera 1932 at the Venice Film Festival - Award given to the film with the most evocative power of the selection, which promotes the need for a more sustainable future and directs its choices towards improving the quality of life for humanity.

“Woman” gives voice to two thousand women 50 different countries, in an intimate portrait that explores themes of motherhood, education, marriage, financial independence and sexuality.

The film denounces the social injustices that women suffer around the world, but more than that, shows the strength and ability they have to change the world.

Heads of state to beauty icons, bus drivers female farmers. You will find women's voices in a way never seen before.

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u89ZoxdJ2C4&feature=emb_title


Original title: Woman

Direction: Anastasia Mikova, Yann Arthus-Bertrand

Production: Fabienne Calimas

Photography: Gergely Pálos

Edition: Françoise Bernard, Brigitte Delahaie

Music: Armand Amar

Genus: Documentary

Country: France

Year: 2019​


Duration: 104 minutes

Rating: 12 years

Sobre Bárbara Paz

Bárbara Paz is an actress, director and producer. Brazilian, graduated from the Macunaíma Theater School and the Antunes Filho CPT Theater Research Center and is currently part of the ‘TAPA’ group. At the theatre, worked on more than 25 parts, starring shows from Oscar Wilde to Tennessee Williams. In 2013, for her career as an actress, received the Cavaleiro Medal from the Ministry of Culture 2013, Honor to the Cultural Merit of the Ministry of Culture. Barbarian, who is also hired by TV Globo, where he participated in several series and soap operas. Presents the program A Arte do Encontro, no Canal Brasil, where he talks to big names in the Brazilian art scene.

At the movies, as an actress participated in several feature films and short films including My Hindu friend, Hector Babenco's last film alongside Willem Dafoe, As director she entered the universe of short films, producing and directing shows and movies. The Documentary "Babenco – Someone has to listen to the heart and say: He stopped "is his first feature film.

About Luísa Pécora

Luísa Pécora is a journalist, creator and editor of the website Mulher no Cinema. Passed through the iG portal and Cult magazine, was editor of the catalog of the São Paulo International Film Festival and collaborated for publications such as Gol, Playboy, Movies B, FilmMaker, Getúlio and Dialogues&Debates, among others. She is one of the founders of the non-profit organization Quero na Escola, that supports public school students across Brazil, and integrates Elviras - Collective of Women Critics of Cinema. Contact by email: contato@mulhernocinema.com.

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