From the trench of discursive disputes on genders and sexualities in childhood, Renan de Cillo constructs a rehearsal-film that interweaves his own story to that of the boy Alex, murdered by his father at the age of eight. In the creases of homophobic violence and despite efforts to correct, heal, and extirpate, the life of the queer-child erupts and resists in the images of Queer-Bomb'. What childhoods are (not) are protected?
Renan de Cillo Graduated in Cinema and Audiovisual from FAP/UNESPAR. Curator for the Dissident Bodies LGBT Film Exhibit and curator for the Brazilian Cinema Film Club: immersion or emergency?