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CineBrasil ─ Discussion with Bixa Travesty protagonist, performance artist and singer Linn da Quebrada.

Tuesday, March 30, 2021

5 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Register here to join the webinar.

Bixa Travesty Synopsis: A portrait of transgender musician and artist Linn da Quebrada, who uses her body and performances as weapons to fight machismo, transphobia, and racism. She speaks of her growing up as a black queer in São Paulo's favelas, and the challenges of breaking into Brazil's heteronormative funk scene.

Join the Brazil Initiative for a discussion with Bixa Travesty protagonist, performance artist and singer Linn da Quebrada.

Linn da Quebrada is a Brazilian multi-artist. In addition to the album Pajubá (2017), Linn hosts a talk show and also acts in cinema and TV. Travesti and "artivist", Linn has reached and conquered territories in other countries and continents, in addition to Brazil, with a combative art that disputes spaces, narratives and imagination.

To reserve your FREE ticket to watch the film in advance on Eventive click here. You will be prompted to “Watch Now.” Please click on “Watch Now” and you will be able to reserve your ticket or watch the film now. The film is available on Eventive through Tuesday, March 30th at 5 pm EST.

Arts and Culture
Brazil Initiative

Please check out this link to register for any or all of the films that we have scheduled as part of CineBrasil Spring Documentary Film Series 2021.

- Bixa Travesty (Claudia Priscilla & Kiko Goifman, 2018/9), ***March 30th discussion with protagonist Linn da Quebrada***

- Babenco: Alguém Tem que Ouvir o Coração e Dizer que Parou (Bárbara Paz, 2019), ***April 6th discussion with Bárbara Paz***

This event is supported by the Brazil InitiativePortuguese and Brazilian StudiesThe Watson Institute, and Brown Arts Initiative.