My Name is Baghdad

Directed By : Caru Alves de Souza

Brazil / 2020 / 96 min

Cast :

Grace Orsato, Karina Buhr, Marie Maymone, Helena Luz, Gilda Nomacce, Paulette Pink

Produced By :

Manjericão Filmes

Language :


Berlinale Generation 14plus – In Competition
Busan International Kids and Youth FF – Official Selection
Lima IFF – In Competition
Nara IFF – Official Selection
Guanajuato IFF – In Competition
Uruguay IFF – In Competition
Burgas IFF – In Competition
Festival de cinéma de la ville de Québec – In Competition
Gender Bender IFF – In Competition
Mix CPH – Official Selection
Cork IFF – Official Selection
Oslo/Fusion IFF – In Competition
Boston Women IFF – In Competition
Queer Film Festival Munich – Official Selection
Perlen Queer IFF – Official Selection
Imagine+Nation IFF – In Competition
Tofifest IFF – In Competition
Pride Pictures IFF – Official Selection
AGH IFF – Official Selection
Osnabruck IFF – Official Selection
Cormoran IFF – In Competition
Mostra Filmes Dones – In Competition
FICCali – In Competition
Cairo Critic’s Week – Official Selection
Seoul Pride IFF – Official Selection
REDFECI – Official Selection
Chéries-Chéris – Official Selection
frameout – Official Selection
Ottawa IFF – In Competition
Fribourg IFF – Official Selection
Cine Latino Bergen – Official Selection
Kosmorama Trondheim IFF – Official Selection
Geneva Human Rights IFF – In Competition
Athena Women IFF – In Competition
TIFF Next Wave – Official Selection
Bilba Surf IFF – In Competition
This Human World – Official Selection
FESAALP – In Competition


Grand Prize @ Berlinale Generation 14plus

Best Actress to Grace Orsato and Special Mention to All the Actresses @ Lima IFF

Best Film and Best Director @ Nordic IFF

Best Film @ Gender Bender IFF

Public Award @Cormoran IFF

Best Feature Film @Femcine

Edith Lando Peace Award @R2R Film Festivals

Watch the Trailer :

Synopsis :

Baghdad is a 17-year-old female skater, who lives in Freguesia do Ó, a working-class neighborhood in the city of São Paulo, Brazil. Baghdad skateboards with a group of male friends and spends a lot of time with her family and with her mother’s friends. Together, the women around her form a network of people who are out of the ordinary. When Baghdad meets a group of female skateboarders, her life suddenly changes.

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