Free Motherhood tells stories of motherhood in and out of jail through the eyes of 5 women whose lives were marked by the selectivity of the criminal justice system in Brasil. Today, 63% of women in prison in the country are black and the vast majority, 64%, responds to trafficking, a crime without victims or violence. At the other end of the punishment we have children who need their mothers for their full development, especially in early childhood. The film shows that ensuring conviviality between mothers and children is always the best decision.
Free Motherhood was exhibited in the Venice Human Rights Film Festival in December. Here is full doc with subtitles in English.
The documentary film "Tomorrow has come - the drama of Brazilian people affected by climate change" states its business: showing that the impacts of climate change have already reached all Brazilians, whether in cities, in the countryside or the forest.
Seven civil society organizations have joined forces to bring to light the these stories: Articulação dos Povos Indígenas do Brasil (Association of the Indigenous Peoples of Brazil), Article 19, Conectas Human Rights, Engajamundo, Greenpeace, the Alana Institute, and the Socio-environmental Institute (ISA).
The film premiered at the UN Climate Conference held in December 2018 in Poland. Click here to know more.