Taturana is a Brazilian social organization founded in 2014 with the mission of democratizing access to cinema and empowering it as a tool for social impact. The institution has carried out the impact distribution of more than 40 films and articulates a film exhibition circuit, including more than 3 thousand independent exhibitors. It also works to strengthen the field of impact distribution through laboratories, network articulation and the Latin American Film and Impact Forum.
Carol Misorelli is co-founder and director of Taturana, a Brazilian social organization that works with film distribution, focusing on social impact strategies. She has a degree in business administration and international relations and a master’s degree in visual anthropology. She is also a facilitator and researcher in Latin America at IRIS – International Resources for Impact Storytelling.
Areas of interest: Documentaries, feature films, focused on racial and gender equity, environment, urban mobility, democracy, among other topics.