Livia Perez is a Brazilian filmmaker, producer, and scholar. Her moving-image practice spans documentary, film, and new media, interrogating undervalued images, narratives, and archival footage to tell unique stories. Much of his work focuses on issues of sexuality, gender, and media history. She directed and produced the acclaimed short Who Killed Eloá? (2015), a spontaneous social impact documentary with over half of a million viewers on streaming, and Lampiao da Esquina (2016). She coproduced A Wild Patience Has Taken Me Here (2021, dir. Érica Sarmet) premiered in Sundance, and Carne (2019, dir. Camila Kater) premiered in Locarno.