By Luiza Moscoso, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO - Three families struggling against starvation, two ballet dancers from a Carioca favela determined to succeed, the tough journey of a mother and a daughter in a big city and the KOGI Indians perception of the abstract world of meanings.
Such different topics are storylines of the four Brazilian movies showing at the 8th edition of the Tribeca Film Festival, which started in New York on April 22nd and will wrap next Sunday, May 3rd.
The festival was created in 2001, right after the 9/11 attacks, in an effort to restructure the . . .