27 of November to 12 of December of 2020
Aljube Museum Auditorium

NOVEMBER 27 – 2 pm

Codename. Clemente

Isa Albuquerque / Brazil / 100′ / Documentary / 2018


At 16, Carlos Eugênio Paz joined the armed struggle against the dictatorship in Brazil. Now, at 59, he tells his story in Codename: Clemente.


Screening of the film «Codename. Clemente» by Isa Albuquerque followed by a talk with the director.

The conversation will be shared, in the next days, on the Museum’s official Facebook.


Torre das Donzelas

Susanna Lira / Brazil / 97 ′ / Documentary / 2018


There are desires that neither prison nor torture inhibit: freedom and justice. There are reasons that keep us whole even in extreme situations of pain and humiliation: friendship and solidarity. The film features unpublished reports by ex-president Dilma Rousseff and her former cellmates from the Prison Tiradentes, in São Paulo, resulting in a collective exercise of memory by women who believe that resisting is still the only way to remain free .


Screening of the film “Torre das Donzelas” by Susanna Lira and conversation with the director.

The conversation will be shared, in the next days, on the Museum’s official Facebook.

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