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Cinema Diversidade

Writer/Director: Lufe Steffen

Documentary series / 10 ep / 25 min / Brazil / 2017

Cinema Diversidade is a documentary series that presents a collection of current Brazilian LGBTQ films. The 10-episode series brings interviews with sixty Brazilian filmmakers from all over the country. The interviews are intercut with commentaries and scenes from their movies, allowing the audience to dive deep into each filmmaker’s visions for their works. 

São Paulo in Hi-fi

Directed and Produced by Lufe Steffen

Documentary / 101 minutos / Brasil / 2016

A historical documentary pursuing the golden age of Sao Paulo’s gay night life during the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s. With testimonials from people who lived through that times and rescuing classical nightclubs of the city, including unforgettable shows in those clubs. Bringing back to memory the stars, the heroes, and even the bad guys: military dictatorship and the AIDS epidemy.



Writer/Director: Eduardo Mattos

Narrative / 17 min / Brazil / 2017

Every day is the same thing: Zeca's mother wakes him up, putting his shoes on. It is the reason  why he has never learned to tie them. All was well. Mainly because the most beautiful girl in school has a crush on him. But taking a big tumble in front of her was such a shame! Zeca needs to take a radical attitude.



Director: Ricky Mastro   Screenplay: Ricky Mastro and Eduardo Mattos

Narrative / 13 min / Brazil / 2016

Nicolas notices that his eleven year old son Xavier spends his time not only playing drums, but also paying attention to a certain type of boys.



Writer/Director: Leandro Tadashi

Narrative / 14 min / Brazil / 2015

Little Bruno's life is turned upside down when his "Bá" (from “Bāchan”, grandma in Japanese) is brought to live in his house.



Writer/Director: Eduardo Mattos

Narrative / 23 min / Brazil / 2012

Little Red Riding Hood now lives in Sao Paulo downtown, a forest filled with a delirious fauna.