Mobilis – Season 2

Director: Tide Gugliano
Genre: Documentary Series
Language: Portuguese
Duration: 24"

The City Moves As People Move Through The City, Whether Experiencing Exchanges And Encounters, Experiencing The Public Sphere In Coexistence With Diversity, In The Democratizing Pressure That Favors Citizenship, Or, On The Contrary, Succumbing To Precarious Structures. This Second Season Captures The Changing Reality Of The Mobility Experience, Mainly In Its Ability To Define Public Space, Forcing And Reinforcing Social Configurations In The Body Of The City. In Each Program Urban Characters And Experts Meet In Transit To Share Experiences And To Broaden The View On Related Issues: How Mobility Influences The Formation Of Neighborhoods. Or How Does It Dialogue With The Vocation Of The Neighborhoods, Promoting Inclusion Or Healthy Urban Experiences? How Does Mobility Affect The Issue Of Housing And Social Movements? What Are The Psychological Effects Of Empty Sidewalks, Dangerous Streets, Heavily Guarded Neighborhoods, The Fear Market. Urban Art Resignifying Paths. What Lays Ahead? What Is The Future Of Parking? Cycle Activism And The Struggle For The Humanization Of Public Space. Featured Are The Cities Of Uberlândia, Mg, World Reference In Accessibility; Afuá, Pa, Of 30 Thousand Inhabitants, With No Cars, Only Boats And Bicycles; Manaus, Where The River Shares The Traffic Of Passengers With The Tarmac Thoroughfares; Curitiba, The Most Motorized Capital In The Country, And Macapá, The Least Motorized. In Agile And Accessible Language, The Series Investigates The Influence Of Urban Mobility On The Social Configuration Of Cities, In Testimonies And Conversations That Humanize The Issues In An In Situ Record Of The Citizen’s Relationship With Their Paths.