Benaim, through Gestalt, works men who think about their toxic masculinity, and as a filmmaker, uses cinema as a therapeutic process
Professor Ricardo Alexino Ferreira has interviewed Eduardo Ataliba Benaim, a Gestalt therapist, director, screenwriter and documentary filmmaker for cinema and television who has already signed more than 31 works on the different aspects of audiovisual production and how cinema can be used in therapy. Processes.
Benaim, as a screenwriter, wrote works closely related to the topic such as the cartoon “Tito and the Birds” and the films “O Olho ea Kásta”; The beheading game. “How much is it or per kilo?” , among others, directed the movie “Saúde SA”.
As a healer, he’s the founder of the Percorrendo Masculinidades, created with Lucas Noura, that uses Gestalt to work with the dynamics of men reconstructing their memories.
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