It’s proudly and enthusiastically that we announce that CINEFOOT WOMEN enters in the in football field in 2020, taking part in the diverse network of Brazilian audiovisual events.
In this special edition on the history of women’s football, CINEFOOT WOMEN counts on the participation of UN Women, which since 2015, works in partnership with the International Olympic Committee to promote the empowerment of women and girls through sport in Brazil, with the One Victory Leads to Another program. At the global level, he coordinates the Sports for Generation Equality initiative, which calls on agents from the sports ecosystem to join a powerful coalition towards equality in sports.
“It is with great pride that UN Women partners with the world of sports in tackling inequalities, combating violence against girls and women, lack of targeted investment and reproduction of negative stereotypes and social norms. In recent years, sport has demonstrated its enormous capacity to boost the empowerment of women and girls. It mobilized the different communities and dialogued with the youth. It brought together racial and ethnic barriers and cultural differences. In addition, it teaches women and girls the values of teamwork, self-confidence and resilience; it has a multiplier effect on your health, education and leadership development; it contributes to self-esteem, builds social connections and challenges harmful norms ”, points out Anastasia Divinskaya, representative of UN Women Brazil.
UN Women believes that many agents of the sports ecosystem are making significant advances to promote equality. “Organizations are developing their sport at the grassroots level for women and girls by implementing equality strategies, increasing women’s participation in leadership and at all levels of the profession, allocating resources for women’s sports and more media coverage,” he adds. Divinskaya.
Podcast - Cinefoot Women
Contributing to the reflection and debate around the culture of women’s football, we present the Mineiras F.C.
Table 2 – Challenges and possibilities of women’s football today
Mesa 2 – Desafios e possibilidades do futebol feminino na atualidade
We believe that sport is a powerful tool for the empowerment of girls and women.
Our Materclass has the following speakers:
Cristiane Rozeira is the greatest scorer in women’s football in the history of the Olympic Games: 14 goals. At the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto, the striker also ended up as the competition’s top scorer: seven goals. In 2007, the runner-up in the world championship and winning gold at the Pan American Games helped her to be elected the third best player in the world in the FIFA election.
Lina Chamie is a graduate and master (Cum Laude) in music and philosophy from New York University, USA. He directed several feature films on football. In 2019 he won the 10th Cinefoot.
Cinefoot Mulheres Direction
Thiago Carlos Costa
Coordination of Program
Mariana Misk – Oeste
Joana Alves – Oeste
Maria T Morais – Oeste
Larissa Kamei – Oeste
BOOK MEMOIR OF WOMEN’S FOOTBALL HISTORY IN BELO HORIZONTE
Organizers of This Edition
Thiago Carlos Costa
Luiza dos Anjos
Search of Images and Clippings of Newspapers of The Time
Irene Campos Lara
Jornal Estado de Minas
Printed Proofs, Printing and Finishing
Adriana Sales Zardini
PODCAST MEMOIR OF WOMEN’S FOOTBALL HISTORY IN BELO HORIZONTE
Recording / Editing
Vera Lúcia Pereira
Nina de Abreu
SEMINAR MINEIRAS F.C.
Luiza dos Anjos
Mateus Domingues Silva de Castro
Rosane Lucas de Oliveira
Roundtable UN Women
Maria Carolina Ferracini
Barbara Machado (Paçoca)
Roundtable Sport for Democracy
Projeto Cinefoot Special Edition Futebol Feminino in BH, nº 1929/2018, approved in the Edital BH in Screens 2018 Municipal Culture Fund, derived from the Municipal Culture Promotion Policy (Law nº 11.010 / 2016).