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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 .

www.youtube.com/everydaybrasil

 

 

 

 

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.
You can add English subtitles to the video. 
2 - Representativity in Documentary Photography
In the second meeting of the Everyday Brasil Festival, mediated by Paulo Marcos Lima, photographers Ana Mendes , Antonello Veneri and Renan Benedito talk about their trajectories in documentary photography and discuss what they have been working on over the last few years. 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.
You can add English subtitles to the video. 
3 - Covering the Pandemic


In the third meeting of the Everyday Brasil Festival, mediated by Danilo Verpa, photographer and editor of Covid Photo Brazil, the photographers Amanda Perobelli, Raphael Alves and Ueslei Marcelino tell what it is like to be in the front line of the Covid-19 pandemic coverage and present the impacts of the health crisis in documentations made in the states of São Paulo, Amazonas and Pará, respectively.

You can add English subtitles to the video. 
4 - Society and Environment


In the fourth meeting of the Everyday Brasil Festival, mediated by journalist and photographer Fernando Costa Netto, photographers Isis Medeiros, Christian Braga and Lalo de Almeida talk about the documentation of violations and negligence towards the environment and show their works developed in the areas where the disasters of Brumadinho and Mariana occurred, in the Amazon and in the Pantanal.

You can add English subtitles to the video. 
5 - Women Photographers

In the fifth meeting of the Everyday Brasil Festival, mediated by editor, curator and producer Mônica Maia, the photographers Helen Salomão, Isa Lanave and Tuane Fernandes, talk about the presence of women in photography and present their main works.

You can add English subtitles to the video.