Current issues documented by photographers are the main theme of the Festival Everyday Brasil, which begins on March 25 and runs until April 24.

In online meetings, the Festival will gather professionals with relevant work in the country's current context, discussing themes such as photojournalism, documentary photography, covering the pandemic, documenting the environmental issues, and women photographers'. There will be five roundtables discussions, discussed by a moderator and three photographers guests, and a final event with photo projection and a concert by a band formed exclusively for the occasion. All online and free on the Everyday Brasil channel on youtube.


Participating in the debates: Amanda Perobelli @amandamperobelli , Ana Carolina Fernandes @culafernandes , Ana Mendes @anamendes_anamendes , Antonello Veneri @antonelloveneri , Christian Braga @christiaanbraga , Danilo Verpa @daniloverpa , Fernando Costa Netto @fcostanetto , Gabriela Biló @ gabrielaão.bilo , Helen @helesalomao , Isa Lanave @isalanave , Isis Medeiros @ isis.medeiross , Lalo de Almeida @lalodealmeida Monica Maia @momaia , Paulo Marcos Lima @paulomarcosmlima , Raphael Alves @photoraphaelalves , Renan Benedito @renanbenedit , Simonetta Persichetti @simonettapersichetti , Tiago Queiroz @ tqueirozl , Tuane Fernandes @tuanefernandess and Ueslei Marcelino @uesleimarcelinooficial .





Talk 1 - Photojournalism in Brazil Today
In a conversation that opens the Everyday Brazil Festival and is mediated by journalist and professor of photojournalism at Faculdade Cásper Libero, Simonetta Persichetti, photographers Ana Carolina Fernandes and Gabriela Biló and photographer Tiago Queiroz debate about the importance of photojournalism in the current and complex context of country and present their most recent essays.
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