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2011 Awards Night

The Actor Felipe Folgosi during the 2011 Award Night Chris Fernandes (Actress), Roberto Christo (Director) & Ledah Briacho (Actress) during the 2011 Award Night. Sao Paulo, Brazil For more pics, access: ...

Two award nominations for "A.L.I.C.E." at the Art Deco Fest in Sao Paulo

"A.L.I.C.E." has been nominated for TWO awards at the Art Deco Film Festival in Sao Paulo, Brazil: BEST DIGITAL FILM (Dawn Westlake) and BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY (Francesco Uboldi). The film screens there on May 20th, 2011. "A.L.I.C.E." is currently screening in Cannes, presented by Ouat Media. For more information, please contact  For more info on the film, please visit:

Amazonas Film Festival line up

The seventh annual Amazonas Film Festival today announced its 2010 line-up, which features award-winning films from around the globe, and its jury of international stars and filmmakers. The festival will run November 5-11 in Manaus, Brazil. Screenings will be held at the Teatro Amazonas, the Belle-Epoque opera house upon which Werner Herzog based his epic film, Fitzcarraldo. 35 films will competed in three sections, all vying for the Voo na Floresta (Flight Over the Jungle) trophy. These inclu...

Roberto Moreira is 'Paulista'

  Roberto Moreira, the brave and brilliant Brazilian director of Paulista (Quanto Dura Amor 2009) is here to speak with us about his international award winning film. I spoke at length with Roberto and actress Maria Clara Spinelli in Palm Springs. See attached links below for previous dialogues with Roberto and Maria.     ME: Robreto, muito obrigada for being here tonight! Can you speak with us about your film Paulista? What is it about and what inspire...

Maria Clara Spinelli on Paulista

  This is a great opportunity for me to present a dear friend of mine, Maria Clara Spinelli, actress of the award winning film Paulista (Quanto Dura Amor?, 2009) by director Roberto Moreira with Silvia Lourenco, Danni Carlos, and Paulo Vilhena. Maria is from a town called Assis in the interior of Brazil. In the film, however, she acts as the 'Paulista' native, Suzana. Maria has stunned audiences worldwide with her radiance and talent. Her honest and transparent nature communica...

Brazil Film Fest

4 DAYS OF BRAZILIAN MULTICULTURALISM For more than 500 years, Brazil has been melting cultures, skin colours, races, traditions, tastes, flavours, histories and everything else into a very large and welcoming pot, and this year the hottest film festival in Toronto will bring this diversity to the Royal Theatre, at the heart of the vibrant and artistic Portuguese/Italian community in the central-west side of the city. Brazil and Canada have more in common than you can imagine. They are both relatively young nations where immigration played, and still plays! -- a very important role. Did you know that Brazil has the highest population of people of African descent outside the African continent? As with the Japanese community established there; it?s the biggest outside Japan. And there was also a time when there were more people speaking Italian on the streets of São Paulo than Portuguese, the official Brazilian language. Everywhere in Toronto, you can feel, see, hear and taste this same multicultural atmosphere. You can sit in a Vietnamese restaurant in the heart of the Caribbean area, reading a European newspaper and overhearing conversations in three or four different languages at the same time, while the radio plays songs from the Middle East... And this is why we decided to have Multiculturalism as our theme for this year, in our screenings as well as the business networking we promote during the festival. So come and celebrate with us the great and diverse Brazilian new wave of cinema. It's our third year and we will love to have you with us!

SÃo Paulo Jewish Film Festival

the São Paulo Jewish Film Festival intends to present the best world films production with jewish subjects and to promote a reflection about the genre

SÃo Paulo International Short Film Festival

The São Paulo International Short Film Festival is the leading event for short films in Latin-America and a very special meeting place where filmmakers can exchange esthetics, political and economic experiences related to shorts.

SÃo Paulo International Film Festival

A cultural event held by the Associaçao Brasileira Mostra Internacional de Cinema. The 32th São Paulo Int´l Film Festival will include 2 sessions: Int`l Perspective & New Filmakers’ Competition- for films by new filmmakers (with 1st or 2nd feature films).

"Linha De Passe" by Walter Salles, In competition at Cannes

The filmLinha De Passe, the second film by Walter Salles to compete for a Palme d’Or, after 2004's Motorcycle Diaries, is about four brothers and their mother attempting to reinvent their lives in São Paulo. One is seeking his father; the second is an aspiring pro soccer player; the third embraces the priesthood; and the fourth is trying as well as he can to provide for the child he fathered. Meanwhile, their mother is awaiting a new baby. The Brazilian director, who was a member of the Short...

Premiere Brazil: Sultry Cinema At MoMA

Monday, July 16--------As the summer turns sizzling in New York City, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) is appropriately presenting a program of sultry cinema from Brazil in its fifth annual exhibition of contemporary Brazilian cinema, entitled PREMIERE BRAZIL! The program began last Thursday and continues through January 23rd in the Roy and Niuta Titus Theaters. The series is a collaboration between MoMA and the Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival. This year, 12 new films, all US or New...

Mobifest: 50 made-for-mobile movies

Mobifest, the world's largest independent mobile film festival, will screen more than fifty made-for-mobile movies at Mobilefest International Festival of Mobile Art and Creativity in São Paulo, Brazil.Mobifest, the world's largest independent mobile film festival, will screen more than fifty made-for-mobile movies, each under one-minute in length, Friday, November 17, 2006 at 1 PM at SESC Avenida Paulista, part of Mobilefest International Festival of Mobile Art and Creativity, which is being h...

Sao Paulo festival homages to Rossellini, Abril and de Oliveira

29th SAO PAULO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVALFestival runs October 22nd to November 4th. For the 29th year the BR Film Festival – São Paulo International Film Festival brings to the Brazilian public a selection of the best films of the world's cinema. Nearly 350 films will be shown from more than 50 different countries. Homage to cinema's great names such as Manoel de Oliveira, Roberto Rossellini and Victor Sjöström and retrospectives and special exhibitions are also part of the program. In ad...