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Filmmaker Betty Martins documental women’s rights protest in Brazil for the Stream.

Brazilian women are on the front lines in the battle for greater reproductive rights.

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Filmmaker Betty Martins was invited for an editorial pitching at Al Jazeera

On the 16th of January Betty Martins (filmmaker of D-AEP.org) did an editorial pitching for an The Stream programme on #racism in #Brazil. The pitching won and was live on the 22nd of January.

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Documentary was exhibited (Q&As afterwards with Betty Martins) in the Museum of Sacred Art in Sao Paulo, Brazil.


Our documentary was at the Indiearth Festival, in India!!


Our documentary featured at Turkish newspaper ZAMAN

We have been receiving a lot of press from Turkey recently. This a new article with an interview with director and producer Betty Martins featured at ZAMAN.

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Betty Martins recent interview to LABKULTUR

“I think integration stands for people engaging in everyday life, it is certainly not about unifying communities. We don’t want homogenous groups, we want people standing with their own individualities and being respected for that. That individual respect is the basis for truth integration. That is what democracy is about anyway. You have to be careful with that “unity” idea quite often misunderstood and quite often used to justify certain political decisions and public debates that have in truth nationalist ends.”

Betty Martins was recently interviewed by German cultural magazine LABKULTUR (journalist Boris Alexander Knop) about the production and distribution phase of the documentary “I wasn’t always dressed like this” while discussing issues around cultural identity affairs, the idea of integration and implemented social policies in Europe.

Read interview part 1

Read interview part 2


At CCBB (São Paulo,Brazil) exhibition, organised by ICArabe.

Photograph by André Albregard