Indianara - Premier a Pride-on

On the occasion of the 25th Budapest Pride Festival, we invite you to the exlusive screening of INDIANARA, a powerful Brazilian documentary, which had its world premiere at 72nd Cannes Film Festival in 2019.

Brazilian documentary, 2019, 84 mins
directed by Marcelo Barbosa, Aude Chevalier-Beaumel
in Portuguese with Hungarian subtitles

The revolutionary Indianara fights for the survival of transgender people in Brazil, striving to put into practice her ideals. Facing the attacks of her political party and suffering the advance of totalitarianism, when the residents of her shelter are about to be evicted, she joins forces for a last act of resistance. Filmed in the run-up to the election of Brazil’s current president Jair Bolsonaro, this powerful observational documentary raises urgent questions about the imminent future of those living in the margins.

The screening is followed by a discussion in Hungarian with trans activists.

The event is part of the 25th Budapest Pride Festival.

Admission is free. Seating is on a first come first served basis and subject to capacity.
✔ We limit the available seats to 50 for safety reasons, so please register to attend:


About the directors:

Aude Chevalier-Beaumel is born in France in 1982 and graduated from the School of Fine Arts. She’s been living in Brazil for 15 years where she makes films. Her documentaries, "Rio Ano Zero" (2013) and "Sex, Sermons and Politics" (2016) traveled in international festivals.

Marcelo Barbosa is born in 1970 in Guaratinguetá, Brazil and studied communication at the University of Brasília. He is a photographer and a director. "Indianara" is his first feature.