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    Brazil’s It’s All True announces full programme for 2022 hybrid festival

    Brazil’s It’s All True—International Documentary Film Festival 2022 will take place in hybrid form from March 31 to April 10 at 4 venues across São Paulo, and from April 1 to April 10 at 2 Theaters in Rio de Janeiro. The online version on É Tudo Verdade Play (Geoblocked only for Brazil), also extending from March 31 to April 10, will be hosted by the It’s All True, Itaú Cultural Play and Sesc Digital platforms.

    In total, the festival will screen 77 productions from 34 countries, among feature-length, medium-length and short films, retrospectives, classics and Brazil-first showings. Additional activities include debates, conferences, and a masterclass. This year, the festival has selected theaters in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro to host its Opening and Closing screenings; the Brazilian Competition: Feature or Medium-length Films; Brazilian Competition: Short Films; the Brazilian new releases on The State of Things show; the Latin-American Showcase; It’s All True Classics; and the Ugo Giorgetti Retrospective.

    The title chosen to open the festival is The Story of Looking, an award-winner at the Festival de Sevilha in 2021, while the estival’s closing note is the feature The Territory. Across selections, additional films presented include Navalny, Myanmar Diaries, The History of the Civil War, and more.

    Find all the information and the complete programme – HERE

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