Journalist Dermi Azevedo has never stopped fighting for human rights and now, three decades after the end of the military dictatorship in Brazil, he's witnessing the return of those same practices.
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"Lucas H. Rossi is a Brazilian director, screenwriter and producer working in Rio de Janeiro. He's a producer on feature films such as ""How Do You See Me?"" (Felipe Bond/2017), ""Kabadio - O tempo não tem pressa, anda descalço"" (Daniel Leite/2016), ""Canastra Suja"" (Caio Sóh, 2017) and ""Death Inhabits at Night"" (Eduardo Morotó/2020), as well as various award-winning short films like ""Ao Final da Conversa Eles se Despedem com um Abraço"" (Renan Brandão, 2017) and ""Repulsa"" (Eduardo Morotó, 2017).
""O Vestido de Myriam"" (The Dress of Myriam) was his first narrative short film as a director and screenwriter in 2017, for which he has won the Best Director award at the 27th Rio de Janeiro International Short Film Festival and Best Short Film both at the 41st Elche International Independent Film Festival and at the 28th Cine Ceará – Festival Ibero-americano de Cinema, while the film's career counts no less than international 90 festivals to date. His next short film as a director, the documentary ""Stunned, I Remain Alert"", is set to be released in 2020 while he's currently in post-production of his first feature, a documentary about legendary Brazilian actor Grande Othelo."Henrique Amud is a screenwriter and researcher working in Rio de Janeiro. His past credits includes the shorts"Artificial"; (2011) and "Nelson Pereira dos Santos - The Pleasure of MakingMovies" (2011), as well as tv programs "Os Varandistas" (Canal Brazil, 2016) and "Vamos Brincar Lá Fora" (Nickelodeon, 2017). His first feature as a writer is the documentary “Como VocêMe Vê?" (Canal Brazil, 2017), and his next documentary as writer and researcher is the upcoming "Othelo the Great", by Lucas H. Rossi.