Prix Americana au Festival international du court métrage au Saguenay REGARD - 2020
Prix Meilleur documentaire au Festival international du court métrage de Clermont-Ferrand - 2020
International Documentary Filmfestival Amsterdam - 2019
A group of young lesbians from São Paulo go on a trip to a remote beach. While they wait for the new year's eve, they build a safe and pleasant environment through music and friendship. They take care of themselves, they own their bodies, their memories and they feel free.
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Cris Lyra is 34 years old and is a director and cinematographer based in São Paulo, Brazil. Quebramar (2019) is her second short film. It has been exhibited in many festivals in Brazil and abroad, and it was awarded Best Documentary at Clermont-Ferrand 2020.
In 2015 she directed Um Homen Satisfeito (A Pleased Man) with Bruno Cucio. She's worked as a cinematographer for short films, television series and 4 features: Chão (Landless), from Camila Freitas, which premiered at the 69º Berlinale (2019), Lembro Mais Dos Corvos (I Remember the Crows), from Gustavo Vinagre, best film at the 40th edition of Cinéma du Réel, 2018, and best film at IndieLisboa 2018, Para'i, from Vinicius Toro, screened at Mannheim–Heidelberg International Film Festival 2018, at FICG (Guadalajara) and Caratagena (competition) 2019, and Alice Dos Anjos, from Daniel Leite Almeida, now in post-production.
Yakini Kalid, Lana Lopes, Raissa Lopes, Ananda Maranhão, Elis Menezes